Saturday, 5 November 2016

Will Warbs select the same again for Ross County?


With Rangers making their first-ever Premiership trip to Dingwall and the home of Ross County, many eager eyes will be on the XI Mark Warburton selects to combat Jim McIntyre’s hosts tomorrow.

With the side buoyed thanks to a blistering performance against Kilmarnock last weekend, form has just started to potentially click, with one of the best all-round displays Warburton’s men have produced, and without any doubt the zenith of this season thus far.

However, with Warbs loathe to stick to the same eleven players two matches running, could there be changes afoot following such a successful fixture last time around?

Or will Warbs stick to this working formula and the same men who wreaked havoc on Killie’s back line eight days ago.

But for injury or suspension, the logical conclusion is he surely will select the same again, meaning:

Foderingham in goal, a back four of Tavernier, Kiernan, Hill and Wallace, a midfield trident of Halliday, Holt and Windass with Miller, Garner and O’Halloran making up the attack.

With this unit working so well last weekend, it seems folly to tamper with it.

What do you think? What XI would you start tomorrow? Same again or something different?

Make your suggestions in the usual place, folks WATP.

10 comments:

  1. A smart move would be to start with Joe Dodoo. His skill and vision could cause County no end of problems.
    Even though the last game panned out well, we can't be predictable.
    3-1 to the Bears!

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  2. No reason to change, bt he does have a soft spot for the underperforming McKay.

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    1. McKay needs time out of the team and O’Halloran was outstanding last week I really hope he does not play McKay

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  3. If he needs to leave the core as the same. But last weeks team offered so many different ways to attack that it should continue to work. But if he changes and they draw or lose then there will only be questions about warburtons management abilitys. Is a big day for his future I feel

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  4. bring in Wilson for Keirnan..... and Forrester for Miller...

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  5. Leave well alone. To drop any player after that team display is just looking for an alibi if we lose points.

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  6. Miller, Windass, Garner and O Halloran were our best players last Sat. Play the same 11 that started last week, if not working change at half time but team played with tempo and speed and started so quickly. Same again tomorrow please Gers.

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  7. i cannot stand warburton, his time is up. we were lucku today to take a point off a team which was dismantled by celtic and aberdeen 0-4. its beyond me, midfield was pathetic and mckay is so poor that it makes me sick.

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  8. Poor!! Slow on build up! Not enough players in box wen attacking! No strength n power in the team.not enough shot on goal keeper Cudnt sat out the game he was that quiet!! Bck to the same old story only lasted one game.

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  9. Constant messing around at the bck cud have cost us the point we got!

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