Kilmarnock v Rangers preview

Team news ahead of Kilmarnock's final Scottish Premier League game against Rangers at Rugby Park on Sunday (kick-off 12:30pm).

Last Updated: 13/05/11 at 15:04

Eremenko: Suspended for the final game

Eremenko: Suspended for the final game

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Kilmarnock playmaker Alexei Eremenko is suspended for the game.

Jamie Hamill is also suspended and would have struggled anyway with a hamstring problem.

Steven Old (ankle) has joined fellow defenders Mohamadou Sissoko, Frazer Wright and Ryan O'Leary on the sidelines.

Manager Walter Smith has no fresh injury worries.

The Scottish champions head to Kilmarnock on Sunday hoping to secure a third successive Scottish Premier League title.

Smith is likely to name a similar squad to the one who defeated Dundee United at Ibrox on Tuesday night.

Kilmarnock (from): Bell, Clancy, Hay, Fowler, Pascali, Bryson, Dayton, Da Silva, Taouil, Kelly, Aubameyang, Gros, Agard, Berntsson, Fisher, Pursehouse, McKenzie, Letheren.

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

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