Rangers head coach Mark Warburton includes striker Kenny Miller in his side for the Scottish Challenge Cup semi-final with St Mirren.
Striker Kenny Miller has been handed a start for Rangers in the Scottish Challenge Cup semi-final against St Mirren.
The 35-year-old has not scored in his last 11 games, but he has been preferred to Nathan Oduwa, who is only named as a substitute.
Head coach Mark Warburton has also included Danny Wilson in defence, with Dominic Ball joining fellow Tottenham Hotspur player Oduwa on the bench.
As for St Mirren, Celtic loanee Paul McMullan has replaced Lawrence Shankland in the starting lineup.
Rangers: Foderingham, Tavernier, Wilson, Kiernan, Wallace, Halliday, Zelalem, Holt, Mckay, Waghorn, Miller
Subs: Kelly, Ball, Shiels, Clark, Oduwa, Hardie, Aird
St Mirren: Langfield, Kelly, Webster, McMullan, Carswell, Mallan, Baird, Agnew, McLear, Gallagher, Reid
Subs: Wilks, Thompson, Howieson, Morgan, Cuddihy, Shankland, Stewart
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