Rangers are back in Premiership afternoon when Dundee United are the visitors to Ibrox – and Gers boss Gio van Bronckhorst has named several changes from Thursday’s win over RB Leipzig in the Europa League.
After the heroics of Thursday night, Ibrox is sure to be buzzing this afternoon and van Bronckhorst has opted to make wholesale changes to his starting XI.
There is a return to the side for Aaron Ramsey after his recent injury problems while Leon King is paired with Connor Goldson in defence.
One concern for Rangers will be the continued absence of Kemar Roofe, the Jamaican again failing to make the squad as he looks to recover in time for the Europa League final.
With Dundee United looking to cement fourth place in the league, Tam Courts’ side will be looking to spoil the party atmosphere and pick up three points themselves.
Keeper Jon McLaughlin starts between the sticks with a back four of James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Leon King and Borna Barisic.
In midfield, Steven Davis and James Sands will be paired in the engine room with Aaron Ramsey in a more advanced role.
Ahead of them, Scott Arfield, Scott Wright and Fashion Sakala will lead the line as Rangers look for another three points in their penultimate home game of the season.
Fans hoping to watch the game can order a PPV stream from Rangers TV with Sky opting not to broadcast the Ibrox clash.
Here’s how Rangers line up this afternoon v Dundee United
Rangers: McLaughlin, Tavernier, Goldson, King, Barisic, Sands, Davis, Ramsey, Wright, Arfield, Sakala.
Subs: McCrorie, Bassey, Lundstram, Kamara, McCann, Lowry, Amad, Kent, Devine.