RANGERS make two changes to face Dundee at Ibrox as Kenny Miller and Ross McCrorie come into the starting XI.

McCrorie’s last appearance came against Celtic on December 30th as he struggled with a foot injury. He was on the bench at Motherwell last weekend but will line-up from the start for today’s Premiership clash. Bruno Alves drops to the bench to make way for the 19-year-old, McCrorie will play alongside Russell Martin for the first time.

Miller meanwhile will start a game for the Gers for the first time since December 13th against Hibernian. He captained the Light Blues that day. Miller will play in behind Alfredo Morelos in a 4-2-3-1 formation, the role normally taken by the injured Josh Windass.

On the bench there is interesting news too with Michael O’Halloran making the bench for the first-time since he returned from his loan at St Johnstone. The winger featured in the Florida Cup in January but hasn’t been involved with the first-team since.

Wes Foderingham has recovered from the knock which kept him out of training on Friday to keep his immaculate league record.

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

Subs: Alnwick, Alves, Hodson, Goss, Halliday, O’Halloran, Cummings.

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