GRAEME MURTY has made one change to his side for today’s William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic at Hampden.

Andy Halliday returns to the Gers starting eleven having made a substitute appearance in last weekend’s 4-0 league victory over Dundee at Ibrox. Kenny Miller, who scored against Neil McCann’s men, is named on the bench this afternoon.

With Wes Foderingham between the posts the manager has named a four-man defence which features James Tavernier and Declan John in the right and left back slots respectively with 20-year-old Ross McCrorie and the experienced Russell Martin in the centre-back positions.

Graham Dorrans, Greg Docherty and Halliday will be looking to win the midfield battle with Jamie Murphy and Daniel Candeias given the task of providing service and support to Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos.

Joining Miller on the Rangers bench for kick-off are Jak Alnwick, Josh Windass, Jason Cummings, Lee Hodson, Jason Holt and Bruno Alves.

RANGERS: Foderingham, Tavernier, McCrorie, Martin, John, Dorrans, Halliday, Docherty, Murphy, Morelos, Candeias

SUBS: Alnwick, Miller, Windass, Cummings, Hodson, Holt, Alves.

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