Goldson, Murphy, Dorrans and Grezda all unavailable. Multiple first-team stars to return against St Mirren. Rangers struggle to convince at Cowdenbeath. Kamara signs and Rossiter departs.
Rangers progressed to the Scottish Cup last-16 with a dominant but unconvincing victory at Cowdenbeath.
Steven Gerrard made a host of chances for the match, giving the likes of Lassana Coulibaly, Jon Flanagan, and Kyle Lafferty some game time.
The decision to make so many changes interrupted Rangers' fluency. Despite getting the job done, they were a shadow of the side that created so many chances at Livingston.
The performance at Cowdenbeath isn't too much of a concern, however. Gerrard is likely to throw the likes of Ryan Kent, Alfredo Morelos, and Joe Worrall back into the mix for Saturday's St Mirren clash.
New signing Matt Polster is available to make his Rangers debut against St Mirren. Due to the squad options available, however, it may not come this Sunday.
Connor Goldson, Jamie Murphy, Eros Grezda, and Graham Dorrans are all sidelined respectively.
Rangers have also signed Glen Kamara from Dundee on deadline day and allowed Jordan Rossiter to head out on loan to Bury for the rest of the season. Kamara is available for Saturday.
Rangers have now scored in eight of their last nine domestic matches. Haven't conceded a goal in their two meetings against St Mirren this season.