After Sunday's comeback win over Hearts, Rangers will be aiming to maintain that winning momentum when Philippe Clement's men take on Dundee at Dens Park this evening.

The Belgian will have to make do without John Souttar and Nico Raskin who are missing due to injury.

With that in mind, just how will Rangers shape up against the Dark Blues?

Our writers select their starting XIs for the clash.

Chris Jack

Philippe Clement finds his options limited once again. Just days after welcoming Kieran Dowell and Jose Cifuentes back into the squad, the Belgian is having to solve another puzzle, as he put it, following the losses of Nicolas Raskin and John Souttar ahead of the trip to Dens Park.

Souttar’s place will be taken by Ben Davies. No update was given on the fitness of Borna Barisic at the press conference on Tuesday and it would be a surprise if Ridvan Yilmaz doesn’t get the nod. He does, though, need to improve after a shaky showing against Hearts.

Ryan Jack has got some minutes under his belt recently and is the prime candidate to replace Raskin. A partnership with Lundstram should give Rangers a solid midfield base upon which to build.

It will then be up to the forward four to go and win the game. Sam Lammers and Cyriel Dessers have to be taken out of the firing line for their own good and Danilo simply must start, even if he can’t get through the full 90 minutes.

Abdallah Sima is a certainty to get a jersey. On the other flank, the time has come for Ross McCausland to get his crack and fans would much rather see him start than Lammers or Scott Wright.

Predicted line-up: Butland, Tavernier, Goldson, Davies, Ridvan, Lundstram, Jack, McCausland, Cantwell, Sima, Danilo.

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Derek Clark

Philippe Clement described the injury situation at Ibrox as a 'puzzle' that he has never encountered in his career thus far and said puzzle has become that little bit more challenging with the absences of John Souttar and Nico Raskin.

It reduces Clement's options even further and with Sam Lammers and Cyriel Dessers flattering to deceive with their performances, the Belgian has a limited pool of players to choose from.

The back four will be unchanged from Sunday but Raskin's omission provides an opportunity for either Ryan Jack, Kieran Dowell or Jose Cifuentes. Jack is the most likely to get the nod alongside John Lundstram.

Todd Cantwell will provide the guile behind a front three that should consist of the in-form Abdallah Sima, Danilo and 20-year-old Ross McCausland for his first-ever senior start.

Lammers and Dessers need to be taken out of the firing line as they are contributing next to nothing and Clement simply cannot rely on either producing the goods.

Predicted line-up: Butland, Tavernier, Goldson, Davies, Ridvan, Lundstram, Jack, McCausland, Cantwell, Sima, Danilo.