Rangers will try to build on their first three wins in row this season and keep alive title hopes, Wednesday evening when they visit Easter Road and Hibernian, who are coming off the back of an impressive two goal comeback to draw two each with Celtic on Sunday.

Here are 5 storylines to follow.

  1. Play with width

Rangers majority of attacking play on Saturday came down the right-hand side, this was most effective and led to the two goals after Alfredo Morelos was introduced at half time. It will be of great interest to see if Murty sticks with this tactic, or opponents to play a narrow three in midfield similar to what he deployed at Pittodrie, in the last away fixture.

  1. Windass in the middle

There can be little doubt that the last month has seen the best of Josh Windass. Murtys tenure has seen the Englishman play in his favoured position, playing in the centre of the diamond or just off the forward, this has led to some fine displays, including some well-taken strikes. Rangers quest for three points could well come down to how just big a influence imposes on the game.

  1. Carlos Pena

After another disappointing outing on Saturday, it is difficult for me to see a place in the starting eleven, but never the less he could prove to be a huge trump card from the bench. Pena might not always do the ugly side of the game well, but with his knack for making runs at the right times and a eye for goal, this could be a player to introduce if the game is tight going into the final stages.

  1. Hibs WWE Moves

When the teams faced off at Ibrox earlier in the season, Hibs players aided by sheer incompetence of referee John Beaton, got away with a string of tackles and headlocks that could be mistaken for wrestling moves. How the man in the middle keeps control over both set of players, especially the home side, will make interesting viewing.

  1. When will Lennon be sent off?

We all know how much Lennon will have his group of players up for this one, but the man himself is a loose cannon, he is extremely volatile and has a history of provoking the Ibrox side in past fixtures. The earlier he is sent to the stand will depend on the score, I for one hope it’s very early on.