Rangers boss Philippe Clement has named his side for the Scottish Premiership fixture against St Mirren.

The Ibrox club are looking to bounce back after their draw against Aris Limassol in the Europa League.

The Light Blues. are also looking to put pressure on league leaders Celtic who are playing in the early kick-off against St Johnstone.

RANGERS XI: Butland, Tavernier, Goldson, Barisic, Lundstram, Lawrence, Cantwell, McCausland, Sima, Dessers.

SUBS: McCrorie, Ridvan, Souttar, Lammers, Cifuentes, Matondo, Sterling, Davies, Danilo.

ST MIRREN: Hemming, Fraser, Gogic, Taylor, Flynn, O'Hara, Boyd-Munce, Tanser, Kiltie, Ayunga, McMenamin.

SUBS: Urminsky, Bolton, Dunne, Small, Baccus, Olusanya, Jamieson, Grieve, Mandron.

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Clement is well aware that Thursday’s result and performance against Aris Limassol will simply not cut it with the Rangers support, but he is confident that his ambition will serve the club well as they look to bounce back to winning ways.

The Ibrox club had the chance to book their place in the knockout stage of the Europa League on Thursday, but instead, they stuttered to a 1-1 draw against their Cypriot opponents, meaning qualification will be decided in the final match of the group against Real Betis.

Rangers did however guarantee a spot in the UEFA Conference League after Christmas with the draw, but for Clement, it was not the outcome he was hoping for.

He explained: “It was a game we dominated, which was a big difference from the game in Limassol. So don’t underestimate Aris. But of course, we wanted to win.

“We were in their box a lot but weren’t precise enough in our final pass. Going behind wasn’t a good scenario but the reaction afterwards was positive.

“We didn’t reward ourselves after dominating but I know what our situation is. We’re missing injured players. In the midfield, we’re missing two important players (Ryan Jack and Nico Raskin) and also upfront.

“Some players are coming back from injury like Matondo who isn’t at his best level yet because of that. So we need to work hard to get everyone to their best level."