Confirmed Rangers line-up v Hibernian: Zelalem comes in, Waghorn starts in attack

Rangers take on Hibernian today in the Scottish Cup final.

Rangers starting XI: Foderingham; Tavernier, Kiernan, Wilson, Wallace; Halliday, Zelalem, Holt; McKay, Waghorn, Miller.

Rangers substitutes: Bell, Burt, Shiels, Law, Clark.

Rangers will be looking to make it a domestic treble this afternoon as they take on Hibernian in the Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park.

In what has already been a superb season for Mark Warburton's men, the Gers have won the Scottish Championship title and the Petrofac Cup, meaning this afternoon could turn a great season into a dream season.

Having come through on penalties against fierce rivals Celtic in the last round, Rangers will be confident that they can see off Hibernian this afternoon, a team they have met on numerous occasions already this season.

The Gers are without the suspended Dominic Ball though, with the Tottenham loanee banned for picking up a yellow card against Celtic, and he is replaced in midfield by Gedion Zelalem, with Andy Halliday dropping into a deeper role in front of the back four.

Striker Martyn Waghorn starts having recovered from a lengthy injury, and he will join Barrie McKay and Kenny Miller in the final third.

On the bench, Warburton has named teenager Liam Burt as a substitute, along with more experienced players Dean Shiels, Nicky Clark and Nicky Law, as well as goalkeeper Cammy Bell.

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