WITH just one week to go until Rangers take on Frankfurt in the Europa League final, you could be forgiven for forgetting Ross County visit Ibrox tonight in the penultimate Premiership game of the season.

It’ll be the final home match of what has been a quite incredible campaign.

Our writers select their Rangers XIs to face the Staggies.

Jonny McFarlane

It might be a totally inconsequential game but Ross County's visit to Ibrox offers the opportunity to keep players ticking over for much bigger battles ahead in Seville and at Hampden.

There's a balance to be had between wrapping up essential stars in cotton wool and ensuring fitness is kept at a premium.

It's essential that Connor Goldson, James Tavernier, John Lundstram and Ryan Kent are given the optimum preparation. You wouldn't expect any of them to face Hearts on Sunday given the stakes next week.

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The club's cutting edge Zone 7 Artificial Intelligence injury prevention system comes in handy at such times.

And while the medical staff and coaches will be guided by the data I'd still expect to see a mix of youth and experience take the field.

Youngsters Alex Lowry and Leon King impressed against Dundee United and should have earned more game time with the quality they provided and the chance to show they are ready to take a wider role in the squad next season under Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

Rangers XI: McLaughlin, Tavernier, Barisic, Balogun, King, Davis, Kamara, Lowry, Kent, Ramsey, Sakala.

Derek Clark

It’ll be interesting who starts tonight’s contest with Frankfurt to come a week from now. With a fringe team expected to face Hearts at Tynecastle on Saturday, it is likely to be as close to the Europa League final team as possible that will take to the field against Malky Mackay’s men.

Allan McGregor will start between the sticks with the back four comprising James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Calvin Bassey and Borna Barisic.

John Lundstram and Ryan Jack may be the holding midfield two with Alex Lowry, Ryan Kent and Aaron Ramsey offering support to possibly Joe Aribo up top.

The Nigerian may play as a false nine against the Germans next week so it would be beneficial to give him another run out in that role before the big one.

Rangers XI: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Bassey, Barisic, Lundstram, Jack, Lowry, Kent, Ramsey, Aribo.