Rangers host Aberdeen on Wednesday night at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership and will be keen to keep hold of their position at the top of the league.
The Light Blues are top of the pile by a point after playing one more game than Celtic and are proving they can be right in the mix this campaign.
Steven Gerrard’s side will now face off against Aberdeen and it could be worth making a few changes to freshen up a team that were involved in a hard-fought win over Hearts at the weekend.
Rangers’ midfield could do with a reshuffle due to the inconsistent form of Lassana Coulibaly, while Scott Arfield and Ovie Ejaria are also getting through a number of fixtures.
Gerrard should turn to fringe man Ross McCrorie to step up to his starting XI, where he would have a massive point to prove.
McCrorie appeared to lose the manager’s trust after a red card early in the season against St Mirren and has mainly been on the sidelines this term.
But the 20-year-old is a massive talent that can be a real force in the centre of the park with his physicality and Gerrard will be able to iron out his mistakes as he develops.
The defensive midfielder is a highly-rated talent ace on the books at Ibrox and it may be worth investing more time in him in the first team.
He could be a dependable force sitting in front of the defence if chosen against Aberdeen and is ready for more minutes on the pitch.