Celtic visit Ibrox on Sunday lunchtime in the first Old Firm derby of the season, with Michael Beale's men aiming to respond after a heavy defeat at the hands of PSV in midweek.

Four second-half goals sealed an emphatic Champions League return for Peter Bosz's side, after James Tavernier had pulled one back for the visitors.

Does Michael Beale stick with a similar 11 or opt for alterations against Celtic? Our writers have their say below.

Joshua Barrie

This is a big game and Beale needs to get his selection right. Without many real options for change in the defence, it's the make-up of Beale midfield and forward areas that could swing this game.

There's no game like an Old Firm game to announce yourself as a Rangers player and with a support base impatient for results of this summer's work, now is the time to deliver.

The same defence that struggled against PSV will require better levels against Celtic. Although Borna Barisic limped off in Eindhoven he's fit to play tomorrow and that should ensure he plays ahead of Dujon Sterling.

What about the midfield? Ryan Jack is a player for occasions that require a dose of calm and in a match that will enjoy its fair share of frenzy, he should shield the defence. Nico Raskin and Jose Cifuentes on either side of the Scotland international adds energy and legs, enabling the front three to remain high.

Todd Cantwell will have been disappointed with his performance in midweek, but his contribution over the course more than merits the trust of the midfielder retaining his place. At this moment in time, he looks best in the free role during end-to-end fixtures and although, in this writer's opinion, Sam Lammers hasn't done a lot wrong yet, if there's a toss-up for that position it's Cantwell who wins at present.

Although the clamour to see Danilo persists, and understandably so, Kemar Roofe has played his way into a start with Cyriel Dessers the manager's main pick up top so far. 

Derek Clark

News that Borna Barisic is available after limping off against PSV is welcome news as the Croatian has had a steady start to the season.

However, Celtic will be licking their lips after watching a beleaguered Rangers backline taken to bits by the Dutch side.

Unfortunately, with no defensive reinforcements, it’s hard to envisage any changes to the defence that started at the Philips Stadion.

In midfield, Ryan Jack should replace Jose Cifuentes who needs time to integrate into the team. Jack will provide much-needed bite and should be accompanied with Nico Raskin and Todd Cantwell.

There are legitimate concerns regarding the forward line and there are places up for grabs.

After being left out of the European squad, Kemar Roofe has to start up front with Cyriel Dessers likely to partner the former Leeds man.

Rabbi Matondo has a case to start the game and his pace will cause Celtic problems but we may see the Welshman impact the game from the bench with Sam Lammers given the nod behind the front two.

The Dutchman has the ability to unlock the Celtic defence and it may prove crucial on Sunday.

Predicted line-up: Butland, Tavernier, Goldson, Souttar, Barisic, Jack, Raskin, Cantwell, Lammers, Dessers, Roofe.

Euan Robertson

Transfer deadline day ended in disappointment for many Rangers fans with no defensive reinforcements added. 

Borna Barisic limped off in Eindhoven on Wednesday but the Croatian looks set to recover in time for Sunday’s Old Firm. Beale will persist with the same back four from midweek and they need to produce a much-improved display after the disaster against PSV. 

The composition of Rangers’ midfield will be fascinating on Sunday. Jose Cifuentes struggled against PSV and his defensive deficiencies were laid bare. Ryan Jack should come back into the starting eleven and Nicolas Raskin will definitely start.

Cifuentes could be afforded another chance to impress, while John Lundstram will be in contention. This writer, however, would drop Todd Cantwell back and play him in midfield with Sam Lammers coming in as the No.10. 

Celtic are susceptible defensively and Rangers must look to dominate on home turf. Kemar Roofe deserves another start and he will be fully rested after missing out on the European squad. Danilo’s recent omission has raised eyebrows, but there’s no better platform for him to announce himself as a Rangers player. 

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Starting line-up: Butland, Tavernier, Goldson, Souttar, Barisic, Jack, Raskin, Cantwell, Lammers, Danilo, Roofe.