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Senior player handed first start since September: Rangers best possible XI v Falkirk

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Rangers manager Graeme Murty must make two changes to his starting XI if he is to pick his strongest side against Falkirk in Sunday’s Scottish Cup quarter-final at Ibrox.

Lee Wallace and Jason Cummings must come into the side for Andy Halliday and Jamie Murphy as Murty’s side look to extend their winning run.

Wes Foderingham must start in goal behind a back four of club captain Wallace, Russell Martin, David Bates and James Tavernier in the last-eight clash.

Senior player Wallace, 30, should play for the first time since September with Declan John out.

After Jamie Murphy’s injury against St. Johnstone, Murty should switch to a 4-4-2 and move Josh Windass to left midfield with Daniel Candeias on the opposite flank and Sean Goss and Greg Docherty paired in the middle of the park after running the show against both Hearts and St. Johnstone.

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Alfredo Morelos will be hoping to take his recent run of goals to five in five games and should be partnered with the returning Cummings to blast the Ibrox giants to a Hampden semi-final.

The pair have had minimal game-time together but Murphy’s injury gives the striker a chance to impress.

Murty’s side go into the game in fantastic form with eight wins from nine games since the winter break, scoring 27 goals.

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