Rangers travel to Aberdeen on Wednesday night for a pivotal Scottish Premiership fixture and a defeat could end their title aspirations.
The Light Blues are second in the league table and six points behind leaders Celtic, which is why they can’t afford to keep dropping points.
Steven Gerrard’s side are preparing to face third-placed Aberdeen, who will overtake them in the table if they win at Pittodrie.
It’s pivotal that Gerrard gets him team selection right and that should mean resorting to the midfield trio that inspired the Gers to a win over Celtic on 29 December.
Rangers were dominating in their contest with Ross McCrorie, Scott Arfield and Ryan Jack providing an all-action combination.
They should be reunited in midweek to try breathe some new life into the club’s title bid.
Rangers’ January loan signing Steven Davis should be the unfortunate player to miss out and should be dropped from the XI that beat St Mirren at the weekend.
Davis is still getting up to speed since rejoining the Scottish giants on loan from Premier League club Southampton and he could come unstuck against an in-form Aberdeen.
The 34-year-old senior ace hasn’t quite looked near his best for the Gers and Gerrard may be smart going with his proven midfield combination for a must-win games against the Dons.