Rangers will return to Scottish Premiership action on Wednesday night when they travel to Rugby Park and meet Kilmarnock.
It has been three weeks since their victory over Old Firm rivals Celtic prior to the winter break and Steven Gerrard will want to see his Light Blues start the second half of the campaign flying.
The two Glaswegian outfits currently sit level on points at the top of the table, however, the game against Kilmarnock could hand the Gers a potentially tricky test, as they sit just a point behind the pair.
Connor Goldson has been ruled out with injury and will not be available for the trip, although he is not expected to miss too much more action.
“He won’t be available tomorrow,” Gerrard told the club’s official website.
“He’s not too far away, but he won’t be ready for tomorrow.”
Rangers will be looking to forward to getting back to action, especially considering their Scottish Cup fourth-round clash with Cowdenbeath had been postponed.
Goldson’s absence could come as a potentially huge blow to their chances of getting a victory on Wednesday night as he has been a mainstay in the Light Blues squad.
However, the manager will be pleased that his defender is not too far away from returning, as games start to come thick and fast.
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