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. . Steven Gerrard takes his Premiership leaders on a short trip to the Simple Digital Arena as they face the Buddies with a semi-final.

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Steven Gerrard takes his Premiership leaders on a short trip to the Simple Digital Arena as they face the Buddies with a semi-final to win.

Rangers are in town as the Premiership leaders step up their hunt for a first major trophy under Steven Gerrard.

On their way is Jim Goodwins St. Mirren, a team in good shape that will assess its chances of shock.

That said, we’re all ready for a cracker with a place in the last four at the National Stadium.

Cedric Itten replaces the suspended Alfredo Morelos in the front for Rangers, while Bongani Zungu starts for Gerrard’s team in midfield.

St. Mirren scored an impressive league win against Motherwell on Saturday thanks to a goal from Jamie McGrath and starts alongside the impressive Jake Doyle-Hayes.

You are a good site. They will be well organized, it will make it really difficult for us and they are a team in good shape.

But for me the focus is always on us. The players deserve to stay on the team.

We are ready, the players have prepared well and are looking forward to the challenge ahead of us.

Brandon Mason is more of a defensive player than Durmus. That was the thought that made him do it.

A lot was done again by the Rangers. He’s one of the form players in Europe right now, so we may have to double and triple.

Put the scarves on the couch and the tea / coffee / Bovril ready, because we still have 30 minutes until kick-off!

It’s a strong Rangers side, although there are some resting for a tie between two big league games.

Regular left-back Borna Barisic makes way while Steven Davis and Glen Kamara sit out for Joe Aribo and Bongani Zungu.

This is the first time Kent, Roofe and Itten have competed together and it will be interesting to see which of the latter two leads the line.

Goodwin had named an unchanged team for each of his last two games, but deviates here.

Left-back Brandon Mason comes in for Ilkay Durmus in an apparent shift to a back five.

And the Rangers team. There is no place for Patterson in the XI as Tavernier will keep his place.

Cedric Itten joins Kemar Roofe and Ryan Kent, but Ianis Hagi has to settle for a seat on the bench.

Steven Gerrard was open about his desire for teenage prodigy Nathan Patterson to replace James Tavernier.

That seems to be taking a while as the captain has been involved in 28 goals this season. And it’s not even Christmas yet.

Because of his amazing form, Patterson’s chances were slim, but the young man was impressed when he nodded at Posen.

He missed the last round against Falkirk with an injury, but does he deserve a chance to prove he’s a worthy substitute tonight?

Or is it just too big to leave out the captain – even if another league game lies in wait at the weekend?

St. Mirren won’t be on many coupons tonight as it’s against a team that hasn’t lost in any competition this season.

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Your position looks stronger considering two of their 13 games were standard walkovers due to Covid violations.

Since your trip to Aberdeen on Jan.. Lost no more games in October and emerged victorious in six of their last nine games.

The aforementioned duo Ryan Jack and Nikola Katic will miss it, as will Alfredo Morelos, who is serving the first of his two-game suspension.

As he did in the Falkirk round of 16, he can opt for a rotation, with Calvin Bassey and Nathan Patterson knocking on the door.

The boss will be cautious about leaving out too many of his key stars, however – there’s a place on the line in Hampden.

We tried to predict the line-up this afternoon, so we’ll see how wrong we were when the team lines came out within the hour.

The Staggies will try to build on their incredible win over reigning champions Celtic and book a trip to Hampden.

Jim Goodwin can name an unchanged line-up for the third game in a row without any significant injuries or suspension problems.

The Buddies boss got a formidable win against Motherwell and is unlikely to make too many changes.

The Rangers will have to play the Betfred Cup with St. Mirren again without the midfield motor Ryan Jack.

The Scottish playmaker has been out with a knee problem since November and Steven Gerrard was hoping to have him back against Dundee United this weekend.

However, his recovery is taking longer than expected and he is accompanying Nikola Katic on the sidelines of the trip to Paisley.

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