Andy Halliday will earn his first Scottish Premiership start of the season for Rangers in their clash against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park on Tuesday night, according to a club insider.
EstConsultancy, who is an ever-reliable source of news inside Ibrox, claimed on their Twitter account that Halliday, 26, will get the nod to play at left-back in the wake of an injury sustained by Declan John.

Gers fans blog Four Lads Had a Dream, another very extremely reliable source of news surrounding the Ibrox club in recent months, revealed on their Twitter account on Monday that John, 22, is facing four weeks on the sidelines with a groin injury.
Lee Wallace, who has been injured for most of the campaign, and Lee Hodson would perhaps be the most obvious choices for Graeme Murty to replace John, but it is understood that Halliday is the preferred option despite him being seen more as a defensive midfielder.
Halliday returned to Ibrox from his loan stint at Azerbaijan club FK Gabala in January but is yet to start for Rangers in the league with four appearances off the bench.
The fringe player has mostly been deployed in the centre of the park during his time in Glasgow, but the 26-year-old does have the ability to play at full-back.
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