Rangers interim boss Graeme Murty must make three changes to his starting XI if he is to field his best possible side against Aberdeen on Wednesday when the two Premiership rivals meet at Ibrox.
Bruno Alves, Niko Kranjcar and Eduardo Herrera should come into the starting line-up to replace the senior duo of Danny Wilson and Kenny Miller, who must be axed, and Alfredo Morelos who could be out injured.
Wes Foderingham must keep his place in goal with a back four of James Tavernier, Ross McCrorie, Alves and Declan John in front of him to ensure the Aberdeen attack has no chance of scoring on Wednesday.
Ryan Jack and Jason Holt are likely to have to continue in the heart of midfield with Graham Dorrans still missing through injury, so their names on the teamsheet is a must for Murty.
Daniel Candeias and Josh Windass are the best options available to fill the two wide spots in midfielder with Kranjcar coming in at number 10.
He’s slow, drifts out of games and often looks like he’s running through treacle but it’s still a big upgrade on Miller who has quickly reverted to his early season form after his double at Murrayfield against Hearts.
Mexican striker Herrera should start after Morelos was injured during Friday night’s 2-1 defeat by Dundee at Dens Park after colliding with the the goalframe trying to win a header.
The Light Blues are behind Aberdeen by six points in the league table and could potentially be as many as 12 points behind this time next week.
In other Rangers news, Gers player ratings against Dundee sees this senior player receive a shambolic 3/10.