Steven Gerrard has rung the changes following last week’s dismal draw at Livi, with the dropping of Glen Kamara, Ianis Hagi and of course, as we told you, Alfredo Morelos.
The former two make the bench, the latter is axed from the match day squad and has probably played his last match as a Ranger, although we’ve said that before.
Brandon Barker and Kemar Roofe not to mention Cedric Itten, as we suggested, come in, and the formation is likely to be, in truth, uncertain, as we don’t have a 10 in the XI and only two midfielders for a 4-3-3.
But Gerrard will be hoping his cull of the XI and wholesale changes will bring about an improved display, and for all that fans have whined about his inability to alter things, now that he has, fans have naturally reacted with horror and claim the lineup is weak.
As much as we have criticism of Stevie at times, he’s damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t.
What is a must is three points, but against Killie it won’t be easy.