Rangers travel north to Perth on Sunday lunchtime aiming to maintain a winning run that has seen Philippe Clement's men move level on points at the top of the Premiership table.

The Ibrox club have defeated the Saints twice already this season with Craig Levein's side winless in their last three home league games.

Clement is a fan of rotation so will we see some alterations from Wednesday's team that defeated Ross County?

Our writers select their starting XIs.

Derek Clark

As much as Wednesday was all about scoring goals as well as winning the game, the trip to Perth should be all about acquiring the three points.

Craig Levein will ensure his team are hard to beat but Rangers should have enough to break down any resistance they put up.

In terms of team selection, don't expect any changes to the backline but in midfield with Ryan Jack rested in midweek, he will surely be ready to step back into the fold.

As much as Tom Lawrence impressed against the Staggies, like Jack, he is someone whose minutes need managing given his injury record.

In the attacking areas, Oscar Cortes is someone we'd all like to see more of and he should replace the injured Rabbi Matondo on the left-hand side with Fabio Silva coming in for Cyriel Dessers. He may have scored his first brace for the club on Wednesday but, like many others, he needs to be kept fresh and with just two proper strikers available then both must be managed correctly to avoid injury.

Rangers: Butland, Tavernier, Goldson, Souttar, Ridvan, Lundstram, Jack, Cantwell, McCausland, Cortes, Silva.

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Jonny McFarlane

Rangers go into the match in Perth in fine form with confidence flowing.

Philippe Clement has shown he will rotate to ensure his team remain as fit as possible and with that in mind you'd expect changes from the side that battered Ross County at Ibrox on Saturday.

But not too many...

With Saints managed by Craig Levein, it will be a physical game at McDairmid Park so Barisic might be preferred to the diminutive Ridvan.

Balogun is ideal for such encounters but much will depend on how he's adapted to playing with a face protecting mask. I''d fancy him to make it.

In midfield we know that Lawrence won't play twice in a week so there's a chance for Raskin to find form with an appearance.

And despite a double in midweek and some decent attacking play on both flanks, the manager will look to change up his forward line with Silva coming in to spearhead the team.

Rangers: Butland, Tavernier, Barisic, Goldson, Balogun, Lundstram, Raksin, Cantwell, Cortes, McCausland, Silva.