COMMENT By Dominic Toner
Harry Forrester should replace Kenny Miller in the Rangers starting XI against Inverness.
Mark Warburton should make one change to his side as they return to the Scottish Premiership following the international break.
Veteran striker Miller, 36, has netted just two goals in 13 appearances this season and has not scored since August.
Rangers also have forward Joe Garner as a potential replacement, but Forrester deserves his chance to stake his claim for a starting role.
Forrester, 25, has matched the record of Miller with two goals in 13 appearances, but has only completed 90 minutes on three occasions.
The English winger will be desperate to prove himself to Warburton and should be given another opportunity.
Rangers should keep a settled defensive backline, with the club conceding just two goals in their last four matches since the 5-1 humbling against Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Philippe Senderos and Danny Wilson have the correct balance of experience and youth, meaning Rob Kiernan and Clint Hill should miss out.
The Full-back pairing of James Tavernier and captain Lee Wallace are also settled in the side and help provide an attacking threat from the wing.
Warburton should keep the same midfield trio, who have all impressed in stages at the start of the season.
Niko Kranjcar and Andy Halliday scored the winning goals against Partick in their last game, whilst Jason Holt has looked assured in the games he has started.
The club’s most prolific striker Martyn Waghorn should lead the line and have Forrester and Barrie McKay on the wings.
McKay, 21, has made 14 appearances in all competitions, scoring one goal and supplying eight assists.
In other Rangers team news, their midfielder has delivered a verdict on Niko Kranjcar’s impact on the team.