THE FIXTURES keep on coming for Rangers, who travel to Paisley at Sunday lunchtime in the Scottish Premiership.

A home win over Brondby was the most complete 90 minutes of the season. Joe Aribo was aggressive and incisive, James Tavernier far better than previous and John Lundstram quietly effective. 

The maintenance of the levels shown in Govan on Thursday is crucial. The side dropped points on their last Premiership outing, failure to pick up all three against Jim Goodwin's St Mirren isn't an option.

Derek Clark and Joshua Barrie have their say on who should make the starting XI.

Derek Clark

After Thursday’s morale-boosting win against Brondby, Rangers face a tough test in Paisley against a bang in form St Mirren side.

Don’t expect to see many changes to the starting XI from the one that faced the Danish champions - although there are likely to be enforced ones.

The first alteration may very well see Jon McLaughlin replace Allan McGregor - given there is the visit of Aberdeen just around the corner.

In defence, Leon Balogun is 50-50 after coming off on Thursday. If he is able to play then the back four will be the same that took to the field at Ibrox on Thursday night.

Glen Kamara should return in place of Steven Davis although the Northern Irishman never put a foot wrong against Brondby.

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In the forward line, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Alfredo Morelos dropped given his poor run of form with Fashion Sakala pushing for a starting slot.

Predicted line-up: McLaughlin, Tavernier, Goldson, Balogun, Barisic, Kamara, Lundstram, Aribo, Hagi, Roofe, Sakala.

Joshua Barrie

With a busy schedule over the next two weeks before another international break, Gerrard will presumably favour rotation.

McLaughlin presumably replaces McGregor after two games in four days. Balogun could be fit to play - but it would make sense to start Jack Simpson.

An irritation of Balogun's injury would be hugely problematic looking forward to the remainder of the European campaign. Plus, Simpson will be needed at some stage.

Nathan Patterson should replace Tavernier given his recent workload while Calvin Bassey also deserves a run-out after Borna Barisic's below-par showing in midweek.

The midfield will see Kamara return next to Lundstram and in-form Joe Aribo surely starts ahead of them.

Fashion Sakala, Kemar Roofe and Ianis Hagi as a front three appears likely. Sakala looked bright from the bench on Thursday and, with Morelos struggling for form, his pace will stretch the game.

Predicted line-up: McLaughlin, Patterson, Goldson, Simpson, Bassey, Lundstram, Kamara, Aribo, Hagi, Sakala, Roofe.