Over the first half of the season, Steven Gerrard struggled to find a settled centre-back partnership.
Connor Goldson, Nikola Katic, Joe Worrall and Gareth McAuley were all tried in various combinations.

Katic featured heavily at the beginning of the season. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Yet, injury or loss of form dictated regular chopping and changing.
It seems the manager is keen to find more stability over the run in though, and he looks to have settled on Goldson and Worrall.

It’s a pairing which, according to Transfermarkt, have a combined valuation of £9.68 million.
That’s a whopping
£7.2 million for Worrall and £2.48 million for Goldson.
The pair helped to shut out Villarreal in November. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
While there are few Rangers fans who would agree with the idea that the Nottingham Forest loanee is more valuable than the vice-captain, this pair are starting to string together some impressive displays.

Last night, they helped to record a clean sheet against Kilmarnock.
That’s the third in a row, after the goalless draws with St Johnstone and Killie, in the initial cup tie.
Goldson celebrates with the returning Alfredo Morelos during Wednesday night’s victory. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
In fact, since they came together at Pittodrie, four games ago, Rangers have conceded only once from open play.

Some Bears are still clamouring for the inclusion of Nikola Katic.
However, if Rangers continue to shut out opposition sides, there’s simply no need for Gerrard to change it.
This looks the best partnership available at the minute.
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