Just in case everyone had forgotten, Rangers are back in action on Sunday when they face Dundee United in a game that has been totally overshadowed by the Gers’ progression to the Europa League final.
While Celtic edged closer to winning back the title on Saturday, Rangers were coming back down to earth after Thursday night’s heroics against RB Leipzig.
After the energy-sapping win, Gio van Bronckhorst is likely to ring the changes when Dundee United come visiting to Ibrox.
The return of Aaron Ramsey from injury eases some of Rangers’ recent woes and, it won’t be a surprise to see as many as eight or nine changes from midweek.
With a Europa League and Scottish Cup final double to look forward to, van Bronckhorst will want to protect his stars ahead of the huge fixtures.
Keeper Jon McLaughlin could come back into the side for a rare league start behind a back four of James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Leon Balogun and Borna Barisic.
In midfield, Steven Davis and Scott Arfield may come into the side with Alex Lowry joining them, fresh from signing a new contract that keeps him at Ibrox until 2025.
There could also be a return to the starting XI for Aaron Ramsey as part of the Rangers front-three with Scott Wright and Fashion Sakala hoping to push themselves into contention for a start in Seville.
Here’s how we think Rangers will line up against Dundee United:
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