Confirmed Rangers line-up v Inverness: Murty makes three changes
By Matt Farr
Graeme Murty has made three changes to his side to face rock-bottom Inverness in the Scottish Premiership on Friday.
Danny Wilson, Lee Wallace and Jon Toral all come into the side, following the disappointing defeat to Dundee on Sunday.
Lee Hodson, Joe Garner and Clint Hill, meanwhile, all drop out of the starting line-up.
Wes Foderingham, James Tavernier, Rob Kieran, Andy Halliday, Emerson Hyndman, Barrie McKay and Kenny Miller are the players that keep their places from the Dundee tie.
Rangers announced their confirmed line-up on their official Twitter account ahead of kick-off.
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Hill misses out after suffering whiplash in last week’s defeat, but Rangers are boosted by the return of Lee Wallace and Josh Windass.
Wallace missed last week’s game with a muscle injury.
Windass, meanwhile, has been out of action with an ankle injury since the defeat to Hearts on February 1, but has been back in training ahead of Friday’s tie and makes the bench.
Rangers begin the tie a whopping 30 points behind league leaders Celtic in the table, while they also have a six-point deficit on second-placed Aberdeen.
They will also be looking to amend their poor recent run, and record their first league win since the triumph over Motherwell on January 28.
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