Rangers take on Alloa Athletic this afternoon - here is how they line up.
Rangers starting line-up: Foderingham; Tavernier, Wilson, Kiernan, Wallace; Halliday, Holt, McKay; O’Halloran, Forrester, Waghorn.
Rangers substitutes: Bell, Ball, Zelalem, Miller, Law, Clark, King.
Rangers take on Alloa Athletic away from home this afternoon - and Mark Warburton has named a very attacking line-up.
The Gers sit eight points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship, and will be hoping to continue their push for promotion this afternoon.
Manager Warburton has handed a first Rangers start to new signing Michael O'Halloran following his move from Premiership side St. Johnstone, and he appears in a front three alongside top goalscorer Martyn Waghorn and January arrival Harry Forrester.
Forrester has been limited to substitute appearances so far, but will be looking to kickstart his Rangers career with a start this afternoon, most likely on the left of the front three.
Andy Halliday returns in defensive midfield with Dominic Ball on the bench, whilst Barrie McKay is handed more of a central role this afternoon, having previously thrived out wide.
Warburton has a strong bench at his disposal, with Gedion Zelalem, Kenny Miller and new signing Billy King all available as substitutes.