Steven Gerrard wants Ibrox “rocking” for the match v Hibs in Glasgow [Rangers], and that comes as absolutely no surprise.
The Ibrox factor can often be the difference from Rangers coming away with three points instead of one, and the Gers gaffer will be hoping his players can harness it against a tough Hibs side.
Paul Heckingbottom has the Easter Road club playing some good football and proving incredibly difficult to beat.

Steven Gerrard will be eager to get his side back to Ibrox after a tough match at Kilmarnock. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Only Rangers, Celtic and Aberdeen have claimed a scalp since the Englishman took over halfway through last season.
The Edinburgh side have had a busy transfer window too and will be looking to carry on their form from the opening day win against St. Mirren.

Rangers however should be confident going into this match. The club are on good form, are coming off the back of an incredible performance in Denmark, and in the most recent encounter between the two, managed to secure a 1-0 victory.
Even if it was the only one in four matches last season, Rangers were still dominant in each game.
This time around, Gerrard’s new additions must make the difference in being more clinical and getting the game over the line.

Jermain Defoe got the goal in a 1-0 win the last time Rangers played Hibs. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
That’s why he wants the right atmosphere at Ibrox v Hibs – the Gers boss knows this is going to be a tough match.
But if we show up and perform as we all know we can, then we should take the game comfortably.
Is this the side to do it? Finnish international Glen Kamara retains his place from Thursday night whilst the impressive Jordan Jones drops out.

Rangers v Hibs – Rangers predicted XI

GK – Allan McGregor

DR – James Tavernier

DC – Connor Goldson

DC – Nikola Katic

DL – Andy Halliday

CDM – Glen Kamara

CM – Steven Davis

CM – Joe Aribo

RW – Sheyi Ojo

ST – Alfredo Morelos

LW – Scott Arfield

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