Glasgow Rangers will continue their Premiership campaign against Dundee United on Saturday.
The Gers are currently top of the table, having won five and drawn one of their first six games. However, this could well be a big fixture for the Ibrox outfit, as they face Hibernian, Motherwell and Celtic in their next four league games after this.
Following the international break, Steven Gerrard could well look to make some changes. Here, we try to predict his starting XI, with three alterations from their last game.
In goal, Jon McLaughlin will keep his place. He has done fantastically since coming in to the side, keeping five clean sheets in his first six matches, and after Gerrard confirmed that Allan McGregor will have a scan on his knee this weekend, he is guaranteed to start.
In defence, there could be a couple of changes. Borna Barisic has returned to full training despite picking up a knock during international duty with Croatia, but with those big clashes coming up, Gerrard may decide to give Calvin Bassey his first start. Leon Balogun, too, is available, and could replace Filip Helander given he did not play during the two-week break. Connor Goldson and James Tavernier will keep their places.
The middle of the park should see Ryan Jack and Glen Kamara start once more, whilst Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi are likely to take their places on the left and right wings respectively. Kemar Roofe, meanwhile, could slot into an attacking midfield/second striker role with Joe Aribo still absent.
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That would leave Cedric Itten to start up front. He, too, has returned to full training after recovering during the international break, and he will be looking to score his first goal for the club. Brandon Barker would therefore miss out.
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