By Harvey Byrne
Pedro Caixinha has made one change to the Rangers team for his first match in charge against Hamilton in the Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
The 46-year-old manager has decided to bring Jon Toral back into his starting line-up.
This has resulted in 25-year-old Lee Hodson being axed and falling to the bench following last weekend’s 1-1 draw with rivals Celtic.
Rangers announced their line-up via their official Twitter account prior to the 3.00pm kick off at Ibrox.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) March 18, 2017
Rangers are currently looking to regain their place in the top two of Scotland’s football pyramid.
Three points for the Glaswegian giants will see them move back within eight points of Aberdeen in second as they currently boast a 2-0 lead over Hearts.
However, a defeat for Caixinha in his first match could see fifth placed St. Johnstone plug the gap to four points depending on their result against Motherwell, also on Saturday afternoon.
Rangers will however be buoyed by the fact they completed a 6-0 demolition over Hamilton in the Scottish Cup just two weeks ago.
Forward Joe Garner bagged a hat-trick on that afternoon, while Martyn Waghorn, Toral and Clint Hill also contributed with a goal each.
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