Rangers return to league action on Saturday afternoon when David Martindale's Livingston travel to Ibrox. 

Michael Beale's side earned a 2-1 win over Servette in midweek, having fallen to defeat against Kilmarnock the previous weekend.

With the second leg of that crucial Champions League qualifier to come on Tuesday in Geneva, how many changes will the manager make? 

Our writers select their teams below.

Joshua Barrie

Tuesday's match against Servette is huge for Rangers in a financial capacity, but Saturday's meeting against Livingston can't be a second thought. Ibrox will host an expectant crowd, there to be entertained by an array of individuals making their first league appearance at home.

One of those, Jack Butland, will continue in goals with a couple of changes in his defence likely. John Souttar's injury history could see him swap out for Leon Balogun, with Connor Goldson perhaps only playing an hour given his two successive 90 minutes after returning from injury. The match could present a first opportunity for Dujon Sterling to play at left-back, who made the bench in midweek.

In midfield, Jose Cifuentes is "ready" according to Beale and will likely occupy the right-sided slot of a three-man compliment. Nico Raskin and Todd Cantwell's inclusion would represent an exciting, attack-minded selection process in the middle. 

The front three is clearly still gelling, as evidenced on Wednesday night, and a further opportunity to play together should help Sam Lammers, Danilo and Cyriel Dessers. 

With limited space likely, Rangers will need to play fast, aggressive football and counterpress well to keep Livingston pinned in. With those six on the field, goals and creativity should not be an issue.

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Euan Robertson 

Rangers simply can't afford to drop any points against Livingston, following the opening day defeat to Kilmarnock. The temptation for Michael Beale would be to rotate a couple of players, with one eye on the massive second leg against Servette in midweek but I'd be surprised if many, if any, players were rested. 

This writer swayed over starting Connor Goldson or Leon Balogun. Goldson is arguably Rangers' most important player but playing three games in a week and then starting in Switzerland is a slight concern given he didn't play one minute in pre-season through injury. 

Therefore, Balogun could come in, with Goldson rested for midweek. Borna Barisic enjoyed a positive first half against Servette but this match would present Sterling a welcome opportunity to make his full debut.

Ryan Jack provided more stability to Rangers' midfield but with Beale confirming at his press conference that Cifuentes is starting, it's likely we see the new arrival push Raskin back to the base of midfield.

The front three showed promise in flashes against Servette and need to keep building relationships on the pitch. That should be enough to guarantee their inclusion at the top end of the team.

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