Rangers return to Ibrox a few days on from dropping points against Aris Limassol when St Mirren visit Glasgow tomorrow afternoon.

Fresh from back-to-back draws following the resumption of league football, Philippe Clement's side will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing night on Thursday as they failed to book a Europa League knock-out slot.

Who will make the team tomorrow? Our team of writers select their starting 11s below...

Joshua Barrie

Thursday was the most difficult match of Philippe Clement's tenure to date and as such, a good win tomorrow is as important as the three points. 

Connor Goldson was missing through suspension in midweek and will naturally return. Leon Balogun could return alongside the vice-captain as Clement looks to develop some level of cohesion and consistency in the back four. 

While Jose Cifuentes endured a tricky 90 minutes against Aris, options in the middle of the pitch are limited. Unless Nico Raskin or Ryan Jack are fit and able to return it seems unlikely that there'll be any alteration to the midfield double-pivot witnessed of late.

Real questions arrive in the line ahead and, contary to opinion, this writer could see Todd Cantwell starting again. Why? Clement was quick to point out during his post-match press conference having subsituted the 25-year-old in the first half that he's been doing a job for the team. Having finally conceded that Cantwell's more comfortable as a No.10 or from the left, this could be an opportunity to start afresh. Sam Lammers is not doing enough to warrant a start and Tom Lawrence is still building sharpness. Cantwell at No.10 with Ross McCausland and Rabbi Matondo offering natural width is a move that makes sense.

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Derek Clark

With options still limited for Philippe Clement we shouldn’t expect too many personnel changes when St Mirren come to Ibrox.

That being said, with Connor Goldson and Leon Balogun available for selection again, the manager has a decision to make. Given Ben Davies and John Souttar have just returned from injury then it would be no surprise to see both make way.

In midfield, with no Ryan Jack it looks like Jose Cifuentes will partner John Lundstram despite a poor showing against Aris. It would be pleasing to see Bailey Rice get the nod but given he hasn’t been since under Clement then it’s doubtful he’ll be thrown in for this one.

The manager also a decision to make with Todd Cantwell. He either plays as a number 10 or not at all. Sam Lammers surely cannot be allowed to plodder on but Tom Lawrence may get the nod to fill that void with Ross McCausland and Rabbi Matondo either side.