Rangers v Hibernian preview

Team news for Saturday afternoon's Scottish Premier League clash between Rangers and Hibernian at Ibrox.

Last Updated: 30/09/11 at 14:28

Galbraith: Still out

Galbraith: Still out

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Rangers manager Ally McCoist has no fresh injury concerns.

Only Kyle Bartley (hernia) and youngster Kane Hemmings (knee) remain on the sidelines, while Steven Naismith serves the second of a two-match ban.

Bartley has started running again after surgery and could return to action shortly after the international break.

Hibernian came through their midweek win over St Johnstone unscathed.

Danny Galbraith (ankle) and Matt Thornhill (groin) remain on the sidelines.

Sean Welsh is approaching fitness after a broken cheekbone but Michael Hart (groin) is still missing.

Rangers (from): McGregor, Whittaker, Papac, Broadfoot, Bocanegra, Ortiz, Wallace, Goian, Wylde, Davis, Edu, Lafferty, Bedoya, Jelavic, McCabe, Perry, Healy, Alexander, Weir, McCulloch, McKay.

Hibernian (from): Stack, Towell, Murray, O'Hanlon, Hanlon, Booth, Sproule, Wotherspoon, Palsson, Osbourne, Scott, O'Connor, Sodje, Griffiths, Agogo, Brown, Stevenson, Stephens.

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