COMMENT By Dominic Toner

Kenny Miller should retain his place in the Rangers side this Sunday.

The Gers face an away match against Ross County in the league and will hope to continue their recent form.

Mark Warburton should keep the same starting XI that beat Kilmarnock 3-0 in their last game, meaning that veteran forward Miller retains his place in the side.

The 36-year-old has not scored in his last two league games, but did net the decisive goal in the 1-0 victory against Kilmarnock.

Attacker Martyn Waghorn and Joe Dodoo should be restricted to the bench as they have both struggled in front of goal this season in the league.

Warburton’s side are unbeaten in their last four league games and have moved up to second in the table, with a nine point gap behind leaders Celtic.

Ross County are currently 11th in the Premiership and just one point above Dundee at the foot of the table.

Warburton should stick with same defence who kept a clean sheet against Kilmarnock, with Matt Gilks’ cup display not enough to dislodge Wes Foderingham as the number one goalkeeper.

Andy Halliday, Josh Windass and Jason Holt should continue their partnership in midfield and they have begun to impress in the absence of the injured Niko Kranjcar and the suspended Joey Barton.

The Gers were held to a goalless draw at Ibrox in the home fixture during September and the game is likely to be another close affair, which could be settled by a moment of brilliance.

Miller should remain in the side for his goal scoring quality and line up in attack alongside Michael O’Halloran and in-form striker Joe Garner.

In other Rangers team news, their defender has revealed he is happy to play an attacking role.