Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has confirmed that centre-back Filip Helander is set to miss at least another month of match action due to a foot injury.
The Swedish international hasn’t played since December with what was described at the time as a very rare injury. Initially, it was thought he would be back by the beginning of February but the Light Blues could now be without him until early March.
Gerrard also revealed that captain James Tavernier should be fit to start against Hibernian tomorrow night. The 28-year-old was on the bench against Aberdeen but was not deemed fit for the starting line up after missing the previous three games due to an appendix issue.
Greg Stewart is also available once again having not featured since his substitute appearance against Kilmarnock on Boxing Day.
Ryan Jack is the only other fitness concern. The 27-year-old was substituted at half time in the 2-1 defeat to Hearts last month due to a calf injury and did not feature against Ross County or Aberdeen. He won’t play against Hibs but he’s expected to return to training soon.