Confirmed Rangers line-up v Dumbarton: Clark starts, Oduwa left on the bench

Rangers take on Dumbarton in the Scottish Championship tonight - here is how they line up.

Rangers starting line-up: Foderingham; Tavernier, Ball, Kiernan, Wallace; Halliday, Holt, Zelalem; Waghorn, Clark, McKay.

Rangers substitutes: Kelly, Aird, Miller, Oduwa, Thompson, Hardie, McCrorie

Rangers are back in league action tonight as they host Dumbarton at Ibrox this evening, just days after hammering St. Mirren.

That 4-0 win over St. Mirren came in the Petrofac Training Cup, and hands Rangers a cup final appearance later this season - but Mark Warburton's men must focus on league action tonight.

The Gers sit level on points with Hibernian at the top of the Scottish Championship, and this is their game in hand, making it a key clash for Mark Warburton's side.

Centre back Danny Wilson has been replaced in the starting line-up by Tottenham Hotspur loanee Dominic Ball, though the midfield trio of Andy Halliday, Gedion Zelalem and Jason Holt continue in the XI.

Up front, Nathan Oduwa - another Spurs loanee - is on the bench again, with Warburton choosing to put Martyn Waghorn out wide, with Nicky Clark coming in up top.

The bench contains players such as Kenny Miller, Jordan Thompson, Ryan Hardie and of course Oduwa, giving Warburton plenty of options should he need them later in the game.

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