Rangers have confirmed a strong RangersTV panel for Saturday afternoon’s Premiership clash against Ross County [Official Rangers FC Twitter].

The Gers welcome the Staggies to Ibrox as they look to record a 22nd league win of the season, which would stretch their lead at the top of the table to a whopping 23 points.

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Steven Gerrard’s Rangers could stretch their advantage to a whopping 23 points. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Steven Gerrard could make changes to his side, with supporters hoping to see both Ryan Jack and Kemar Roofe return, while Cedric Itten is pushing for a start after earning a point for his side at Fir Park last weekend.

County will take confidence into the game, having hammered Aberdeen 4-1 last time out, but they failed to score in both of their previous fixtures against Rangers this season and are still only a point off the bottom of the table.

As has been the case all season for home fixtures not selected by Sky Sports, RangersTV are providing coverage for season ticket holders, while non-season ticket holders can access the match via a pay-per-view service.

The popular Emma Dodds is set to continue as host and the club have confirmed a panel consisting of fan favourite Neil McCann and Ibrox hero Mark Hateley.

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Rangers have confirmed that club legend Mark Hateley will be in the RangersTV studio for the weekend fixture against Ross County (Photo by Chris Cole/ALLSPORT).

Hateley played for the Gers between 1990 and 1995, before returning for a brief second stint in 1997.

 

The 6ft 3″ Englishman formed a formidable strike partnership with Ally McCoist and won a remarkable eleven major trophies with the club, including six league titles.

Therefore, he’ll no doubt be able to offer plenty of insight as a pundit alongside McCann – who himself won three league titles at Ibrox – with Rangers on course to finally end their major trophy drought this year.

One Gers star, who has played more minutes than any other player in Europe so far this season, is set to make his 68th straight Premiership appearance in the 3pm kick-off. 

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