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Rangers will look to get back to winning ways when they face off against Motherwell, on Wednesday night at the Ibrox Stadium.
The Gers are coming on the back of two consecutive losses to St. Johnstone and Partick Thistle and are placed 3rd in the Scottish Premiership table, 11 points behind leaders Celtic and 3 behind Aberdeen who are 2nd. Manager Graeme Murty will be keen on bouncing back with a win against the Steelmen, especially with the Old Firm derby against Celtic coming up next.
Ryan Jack returns from his suspension for Rangers while Jordan Rossiter, Lee Wallace, Kenny Miller and Graham Dorrans are out due to injuries. Bruno Alves, who missed the weekend encounter against the Killies with a niggle, is expected to be fit and available for the clash.
The Englishman has been the preferred option between the sticks for the Light Blues and that is unlikely to change for the midweek clash.
Has been a bright spot for the Gers this season, with his attacking forays down the right-hand side. Should keep his place at right-back.
The veteran defender should come back into the starting line-up after missing the weekend game due to injury, with David Bates set to make way.
The 5-time capped Scottish international should be in line for his 14th appearance of the season across all competitions.
Started in an advanced role on the left side and scored a goal over the weekend. A definite starter, albeit in a more natural left-back role.
An ever-present in Murty’s line-up, the 24-year old Jason Holt should once again take his place in the middle of the park for the Gers.
The youngster has been one of the biggest positives of the season for the Light Blues. Will be the deepest of the midfield trio against Motherwell.
The summer signing will be available for selection following his one-match ban. Should be reinstated to the Rangers’ midfield.
On the right-hand side of the attack, Portuguese winger Daniel Candeias is expected to keep his place. Needs to start delivering more goals for his side.
The young forward has bounced back from a fairly long dry spell and will be keen on making the most of his current form.
Completing the attacking trident for the Gers against the Steelmen should be Englishman Josh Windass. Will be keen on adding to his tally of 6 goals.