By Harvey Byrne

Pedro Caixinha has made two changes to his Rangers team which takes on Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon.

The Portuguese manager has decided to bring Ryan Jack and Wes Foderingham into his starting eleven following Wednesday’s 6-0 demolition over Dunfermline in the Scottish League Cup.

This has resulted in 20-year-old Jordan Rossiter being omitted to the bench after the heavy victory, while Jak Alnwick have all also dropped out of the Gers’ line-up.

Rangers confirmed their line-up via their official Twitter account prior to the 3.00pm kick off at Ibrox.

A win for Rangers would see them join fierce rivals Celtic at the top of the league table and a victory by three or more goals would see them take top spot depending on results elsewhere.

However, Hibernian have also started the season in good form with a 3-1 opening day league victory over Partick Thistle alongside a 5-0 win over Ayr in the League Cup and they will be travelling to Ibrox high on confidence.

The two sides last met in May 2016, resulting in a 3-2 win for Hibernian and the Gers will be keen to avoid a similar result on Saturday.

In other Rangers news, Mark Warburton has responded to reported interest in Foderingham.

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