Liam Henderson names three dangerous Rangers players for Scottish Cup final

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Ibrox side Rangers and Hibernian will face each other in the final of the Scottish Cup on Saturday.

Hibernian midfielder Liam Henderson has named in The Edinburgh Evening News three key Rangers players that he thinks will be dangerous for his side this weekend.

Scottish Championship outfit Hibernian will take on Rangers in the final of the Scottish Cup at Hampden Park in Glasgow on Saturday afternoon.

The 20-year-old Scotland Under-21 international midfielder, who joined Hibs on loan from Scottish Premiership champions Celtic in the summer of 2015, has also spoken highly of Rangers manager Mark Warburton.

“Rangers are a talented side,” Henderson told The Edinburgh Evening News. “Mark Warburton, as we have seen, is a really good manager, very intelligent and a clever guy.

“He’s got Davie Weir as his assistant, another good guy, and they’ve built a good philosophy and a nice way to play football.

“With players like Barrie McKay, Lee Wallace and Martyn Waghorn back fit they always look dangerous.”

Rangers will head into the match against Hibernian as favourites, and they should be able to win the final.

The Gers have the better squad, and they will also be keen on winning the treble this season.

Warburton’s side have won the Scottish Championship title and the Scottish Challenge Cup this campaign.

The first goal will be key in the tie. If Rangers score first, then it is unlikely that Hibernian will be able to launch a successful comeback.

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