Rangers will return to Scottish Premiership action following their cup final defeat against Celtic, as they take on Kilmarnock at the Ibrox Stadium.
The Gers have been blighted by injuries all season – unfortunately, things are yet to improve. Both Kemar Roofe and former Manchester United academy graduate Tom Lawrence are confirmed to be out for the rest of the season, according to the Scottish Sun.
Steven Davis, Filip Helander, Nnamdi Ofoborh and Rabbi Matondo will also miss out on the game against Kilmarnock – Matondo is making good progress with his injury and could return soon, though.
Additionally, Alex Lowry, Scott Arfield, Ridvan Yilmaz and John Souttar are all doubts. Souttar, in particular, has been off the pitch for around seven months – a return against Killie would be a massive step in the right direction for the Aberdeen native. Aside from this, the Gers have no fresh injury concerns.
In their last Scottish Premiership game, Rangers comfortably defeated Livingston away from home by a score of 3-0. James Tavernier netted a brace, alongside a strike from the now-injured Kemar Roofe.
Killie, on the other hand, had to settle for a home draw in their last game in the league. They took on Motherwell and led early on – however, their failure to add a second goal to their tally proved to be their undoing, as Motherwell scored a late equaliser in the 90th minute.
Kilmarnock are currently managed by former Rangers midfielder Derek McInnes. Will the ex-Light Blues man be able to spring a shock on his old club?