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  1. If Jack and Coulibaly make it I am confident we can progress. It is strange to have so much confidence in a Rangers defence again although the only worry is whoever comes in at left back. If it is Halliday, and I suspect it will be, then having Jack and Coulibaly will give him that extra protection.
  2. Alnwick Tav Cardoso Alves John Dorrans Jack Candeias Pena Windass Morelos I’ll be very surprised if this isn’t the starting line up on Sunday.
  3. He is not going to be the player that will play a killer through ball to Morelos or dazzle us with incredible skill, but he is starting to show us the intelligent runs he makes and spaces he gets into in the box. Twice on Friday he drifted perfectly off his marker to score goals. He will be a nightmare for defences to pick up given where he starts his runs. On the ball he does look rusty, but as long as he keeps banging them in I'm not complaining.
  4. It's difficult to predict which starting XI Warburton will go with for this game. One thing is for sure and that's that the midfield of Halliday, Barton and Rossiter does not work. You have to go with 2 at most from those 3. I think Warburton will stick with Rossiter and Barton so that means Halliday drops to the bench. Given the impact that he had from the bench on Saturday I'd say that Krancjar will get the nod ahead of Halliday. The defence picks itself at the moment with no more centre halves being linked and Senderos still training but not signed. The front 3 is harder to pick; I'm not su
  5. I watched the majority of Celtic's 5-0 win against Motherwell the other week and McGhee's side, as expected, lay down to them. He changed his formation to a 5-4-1 with Johnson supporting McDonald when they rarely attacked. McGhee sacrificed one of his biggest attacking threats in Lionel Ainsworth and this allowed Celtic to dominate possession cause Motherwell countless problems. I'll be surprised if he sets his team up like this against us tomorrow. He will revert to the 4-3-3 and look to hit us on the break with their pace down the wings. When we faced them in July they tried to expose T
  6. Allegri had some decent performances against Barcelona when he was at Milan and that Milan team were not as good as this current Juve team. The final should be a close game but I think Neymar, Suarez and Messi will see Barca over the line.
  7. I think Mohsni for McCulloch will be the only change. If Miller was RKO'd last night he might have to sit this one out as well.
  8. If McCulloch is fit it will be the same starting line up as last Friday. Hopefully we can start taking more of our chances.
  9. After the last couple of performances the team should see big changes, but I would be surprised if we see wholesale changes, it's just not McDowall's style. Ian Black should be nowhere near the team and I think he will be the only change from the defeat at Raith (depending on Streete's fitness). I would like to see Murdoch play but if Bigirimana is fit then he will come in for Black.
  10. If I was in charge for the game I'd line up like this - Simonsen Foster McGregor Zaliukas Wallace Aird Law Black Templeton Boyd Clark
  11. Aye good shout regarding Boyd. I just hope Templeton plays just off Miller and not Hutton in midfield. I know we played bad against Derby but I thought Hutton was awful.
  12. Bell McGregor Jig Zaliukas Wallace Aird Law Black Macleod Boyd Miller I think that will be the team on Tuesday.
  13. Betfair were offering 12/1 on Piers Morgan to mention Arsene Wenger on Question Time tonight but after Piers retweeting this and loads of people asking Piers to do it, they've cut the price to 2/1. I have a tenner on it but there is a part of me that thinks Piers won't do it
  14. Despite the league being wrapped up we still have a cup final and semi-final to play for. This is when Ally needs to set out a challenge to his squad over the next couple weeks - those in the team must play well to keep their place and those on the fringes must impress when they are given a chance. There is no sense in our regular starting XI being complacent and knowing they will start in the final and semi-final, they have to earn their spots in the team. I think one of the main reasons for the poor performances over the past few months is because certain players know that they won't be drop
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