How would an XI made up of Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers' second string players look?
As the Scottish Premiership continues, Pedro Caixinha may have to rely on the depth within his Rangers squad to give them the best chance of challenging at the sharp end of the table this season.
But how good is Rangers' strongest second XI? Here, HITC Sport has taken a look...
Jak Alnwick arrived at Ibrox in January. And while he has done well when given a chance, he appears to have some work to do before he moves ahead of Wes Foderingham.
Lee Hodson is arguably the most prominent first-team player within this side, having often jostled with James Tavernier for the right-back role.
Danny Wilson has done fairly well in recent months, but the partnership of Fabio Cardoso and Bruno Alves is certainly looking very strong.
David Bates showed some glimpses of potential last term, but appears to have some way to go before he is ready for regular first-team football at Ibrox.
It remains to be seen where Declan John features in Caixinha's pecking order, but the fact that he plays in the captain's position suggests that, at left-back at least, he is not going to be a regular first-choice.
Jordan Rossiter has endured a frustrating time since joining the Gers last summer, spending much of the time on the sidelines with injury. He has the potential to be a regular first-team player.
Jason Holt was a regular in the Light Blues side last term, but has fallen down the pecking order. Unfortunately for Holt, it does not appear that he has been missed too much.
Carlos Pena has not been seen too often by the Gers fans since his summer arrival, but the Mexico international may well become a much more important player as the months roll on after scoring his first goal for the Gers.
Like Rossiter, Niko Kranjcar's Rangers story has been blighted by injury, but the quality is clearly still there.
Youngster Ryan Hardie may be the beneficiary from the lack of numbers Rangers boast in attack.
Eduardo Herrera has undoubtedly been overshadowed by Alfredo Morelos this term, but as we mentioned before, the lack of options up front should ensure that Herrera gets more than enough chances to impress.