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👋 Good evening folks! It was press conference day at the Rangers Training Centre as Philippe Clement and Jack Butland looked ahead to tomorrow night's game with Dundee.

📃 Before we get onto that, the SPFL has released the post-split fixtures. Rangers will travel to St Mirren on Sunday 28th April before hosting Kilmarnock the following week. The Old Firm game will take place at Parkhead on the 11th May before Rangers host Dundee on the 14th and the Ibrox club round off the season with a trip to Tynecastle on Saturday 18th May.

🤕 Ahead of tomorrow's game, Clement confirmed Ridvan Yilmaz and Mohamed Diomande won't feature while Leon Balogun has been suffering from a sickness bug. You can read everything the Rangers boss had to say by clicking here.

🧤 Butland always talks a good game and warned those who have written Rangers' title hopes off after Sunday's defeat to Ross County. "People have had a habit of writing Rangers off for a long time," he replied when quizzed earlier. Read his full quotes here.

🏟️ The good news is we should have a game tomorrow night unless there is a deluge of rain after the Dens Park pitch passed a pitch inspection this morning.

📺 Stevie and Joshua joined me on the Morning Briefing earlier and it turned out to be a bumper show as we examined why Rangers have been leaking so many cheap goals recently. We also discussed who should be starting tomorrow night. Catch up with the show below.

▶️ Finally, I sat down with author Ross Wilson and Rangers legend Bobby Russell yesterday to discuss his upcoming autobiography 'From Easterhouse to Eindhoven'. Bobby gave us an insight into his time at Ibrox and his thoughts for the rest of the season. You can check the video out here.