Our top team are on their way back to the UK from Seville but it hasn't stopped them from sending in their predicted line-ups as Rangers look to end the season with a trophy.

Derek Clark

Giovanni van Bronckhorst faces a huge task in lifting his players following Wednesday night's Europa League disappointment. With that in mind, expect a raft of changes.

Jon McLaughlin will continue between the sticks considering he's played in every round so far. The only alteration in the back four is likely to be Borna Barisic who hobbled off in Seville with Leon Balogun partnering Connor Goldson and Calvin Bassey starting at left-back.

The midfield three will comprise John Lundstram, Steven Davis and possibly Alex Lowry who impressed and scored against Hearts at Tynecastle last week.

The front three will be interesting. My money is on Amad getting the nod on the right with Joe Aribo and Ryan Kent filling the other roles.

Rangers XI: McLaughlin, Tavernier, Goldson, Balogun, Bassey, Davis, Lundstram, Lowry, Kent, Amad, Aribo

Joshua Barrie

Wednesday’s final was not only emotionally sapping, the physical impact of playing 120 minutes in 30 plus degrees heat should provoke Giovanni van Bronckhorst to rotate. 

And while a relatively second-string team defeated Hearts in the Premiership’s final matchday, don’t expect Robbie Neilson’s side to be as poor at Hampden. 

Jon McLaughlin will continue his cup run by taking a place between the sticks, as he did in the Old Firm semi-final. 

James Tavernier and Connor Goldson, in what looks to be his final game for Rangers, will start, presumably joined by Leon Balogun and Calvin Bassey in a back four. 

Steven Davis will partner John Lundstram in the engine room, with Alex Lowry completing the trio. 

Fashion Sakala and Amad Diallo could flank Joe Aribo in the front three to provide fresh legs up top.

Predicted line-up: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Balogun, Bassey, Lundstram, Davis, Lowry, Amad, Aribo, Sakala