JOSH WINDASS, Clint Hill and Joe Dodoo return to the Rangers starting XI for the last Old Firm league game of the season at Ibrox Stadium.

Hill is fully fit having recovered from a hamstring injury while Windass and Dodoo will be out to impress in what will be their first starts since Pedro Caixinha took over as manager.

23-year-old midfielder Windass has made 22 appearances this season, 10 from the bench, and has one goal to his name, which came against East Stirlingshire in the League Cup on 22 July 2016.

Dodoo meanwhile has made 21 appearances this term but 18 have come from the bench. The big Ghanaian has found the net five times.

38-year-old Hill has played in 29 games throughout the campaign and at Sunday night’s Rangers Player of the Year dinner he received the John Greig Achievement Award for his efforts.

In goal against Brendan Rodgers’ men this afternoon is the dependable figure of Wes Foderingham and ahead of him is a back four of James Tavernier, Hill, Danny Wilson and Myles Beerman, with David Bates dropping out of the defence that started last weekend’s Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden.

Andy Halliday and Joe Garner have also been named on the bench today which means that joining Windass and Dodoo in midfield and attack are Jason Holt, Emerson Hyndman, captain Kenny Miller and Martyn Waghorn.

The Rangers substitutes are Jak Alnwick, Michael O’Halloran, Harry Forrester, Barrie McKay, Bates, Halliday and Garner.

RANGERS: Foderingham, Tavernier, Wilson, Hill, Beerman, Holt, Hyndman, Windass, Miller, Dodoo, Waghorn.

SUBS: Alnwick, O’Halloran, Forrester, Bates, Garner, Halliday, McKay.

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