This is my Glasgow Rangers team to play against a poor, bottom-of-the-league Dundee side, in a 3-5-2 line-up.
Joe Worrall, Connor Goldson, Nikola Katic
James Tavernier, Lassana Coulibaly, Scott Arfield, Ovie Ejaria, Borna Barisic
Alfredo Morelos Kyle Lafferty
With Umar Sadiq, Wes Foderingham, Ryan Kent, Ross McCrorie, Glenn Middleton, Daniel Candeias and Jon Flanagan, on the Rangers bench to complete the team selection.
Why play four at the back when Dundee will play with only one forward?
Tavernier and Barisic can concentrate on running riot on both flanks, then add Arfield, Ejaria, Morelos and Lafferty to have all six attackers pressing high up the park. Have a real go at them.
Using three tall players at the back should stop goals against the ‘Gers from crosses and corners. It also makes Rangers more potent by attacking and scoring more goals at the other end.
I find Tavernier a real weak link at right-back, but at wing-back he could become a great player and earn a potential move back to England for a sizeable transfer fee.
If a manager studies the Rangers captain’s tackling, heading, passing from deep positions and no idea when to attack and defend. If he still wants to buy him as a right back, he is a dud.
I believe he could be a £5m + wing-back due to his ability to cross fantastic balls from the wing and scoring penalties and free kicks. He would be an asset, instead of a weakness in the side.
Rangers next ten league games are against:
Dundee (h), St Johnstone (h), Livingston (a), Hearts (h) and Hamilton (a), Hibernian (a), Kilmarnock (h), St Mirren (a), Motherwell (h) and Livingston (h).
All ten games are winnable with Neil Lennon’s Hibernian game, probably the most difficult tie to get three points from. If Gerrard’s Rangers obtain all 30 points, then it really would be game on for the title.