RANGERS host Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup quarter-final replay on Tuesday after being held to a 1-1 draw at Pittodrie first time around.
Steven Gerrard’s side have drawn their last two games in all competitions, and need to up their game against Aberdeen at Ibrox.
Rangers will know that the winner of the tie will get to face Celtic in the semi-final, and considering the Gers are only a few games away from potentially lifting the trophy, they should be prepared to give it their all.
The Gers were held in their last league game against Hibernian and now look destined to finish runners-up to Celtic this season.
Gerrard will hope the team will be more clinical on Tuesday against Aberdeen, who managed a clean sheet against Celtic away from home on Saturday.
Gareth McAuley will still be unavailable for the clash but full-back Borna Barisic is back and should make the starting eleven.
James Tavernier should keep his place at right-back, while the duo of Connor Goldson and Joe Worrall might start at the heart of the defence once again.
Ryan Jack should start in the holding role in midfield, and the duo of Scott Arfield and Glen Kamara will play slightly ahead of him.
Arfield had a few good chances to score against Hibs, and he’ll hope to be more composed in front of goal come Tuesday.
Ryan Kent and Daniel Candeias saw a lot of the ball against Hibs, especially the former, and the home fans will expect the two to trouble the Aberdeen full-backs again come Tuesday.
Up front, Alfredo Morelos should start, even though he is a booking away from missing the clash against Celtic in the Premiership.
The Colombian has signed a new contract with the Gers and was named in the national team squad.
Jermain Defoe will be hoping to get the nod but may have to settle for an appearance from the bench.
Predicted Rangers line-up: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Worrall, Barisic, Kamara, Jack, Arfield, Candeias, Morelos, Kent