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Naismith: Could return for Rangers

Naismith: Could return for Rangers

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Steven Naismith is back in contention for the last-16 clash.

The Scotland player has recovered from a hamstring problem but Walter Smith might not start him with Sunday's Co-operative Insurance Cup final against Celtic in mind.

Nikica Jelavic is ineligible while Jamie Ness (groin), Lee McCulloch (knee) and Kirk Broadfoot (foot) remain on the sidelines.

Rangers (from): McGregor, Foster, Bougherra, Weir, Bartley, Whittaker, Davis, Edu, Fleck, Healy, Diouf, Naismith, Alexander, Papac, Wylde, Hutton, Lafferty, Weiss.

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