Rangers will return to league action with a new man in the dugout, three weeks on from Michael Beale's last game in charge against Aberdeen at home.

Todd Cantwell returns to the squad for Philippe Clement's first match alongside Danilo and Ryan Jack, but the fixture comes too soon for Tom Lawrence and Rabbi Matondo.

Our writers predict their Rangers teams to face Hibs below.

Chris Jack 

The decision over who starts in goal will be the easiest one that Philippe Clements makes ahead of his first match in charge against Hibernian. In front of Jack Butland, three of the four spots pick themselves as well and it is only at left-back where a call must be made between Borna Barisic and Ridvan Yilmaz.

Given that the Turkish internationalist is not available for European duty and is certainly less robust than Barisic, it would be no surprise to see Clement go with the Croatian to give him a platform to build on in the first weeks of his Ibrox reign.

In front of them, his options are somewhat limited. Jack and Cantwell are back but cannot play the full 90 minutes, while Jose Cifuentes, Tom Lawrence and Rabbi Matondo are sidelined. Danilo will be needed after being fitted with a mask.

Many of these players have points to prove and certainly owe the Ibrox crowd a performance. Over the coming weeks, it will become evident which ones have a future under their Belgian boss.

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Joshua Barrie

Clement has made a repeated point of stating that, while he hopes fans will see some alterations at Ibrox tomorrow, change is always going to be gradual at this stage of the season.

"If I try to do everything at one moment I kill the players and you don't have anything. It needs to be step by step - that's the only way," he said during a pre-match press conference.

It's likely we see a relatively unchanged back four although Ridvan could well come in at left-back ahead ofBarisic. The young Turkish full-back is still waiting to nail down a place and with a new manager to impress, that time could be now.

In the midfield, Nico Raskin is sure to be a key player for Clement and will likely play in a double-pivot with John Lundstram. Rangers' central midfielders need to step up, control games and take risks. It's an area of the pitch where Clement has his work cut out.

The shape of the team remains something of a mystery and will likely be influenced by the players and personnel that Clement has available. Although Cantwell is not ready for 90 minutes his presence in the team is crucial and while Sam Lammers' form so far has been fleeing, options from the right are limited. 

Clement has already stated that he'll keep some good details and work on the basis of prioritisation. With that in mind, expect Sima to continue as a wide forward from the left, Danilo through the centre and, hopefully, a better tempo and intention on the ball throughout. 

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