Hagi back in contention for Rangers after Covid lay-off

The Romania international playmaker has been missing from the squad after testing positive for Covid.

Hagi back in contention for Rangers after Covid lay-off SNS Group

Rangers have Ianis Hagi back for their League Cup quarter-final against Livingston following a Covid-19 lay-off.

Scotland right-back Nathan Patterson also returns after being out with an ankle knock.

Ryan Jack is still working on his fitness after calf surgery, Ryan Kent misses out with a hamstring injury and Filip Helander remains on the sidelines with a knee injury.

Their opponents will have new signing Stephane Omeonga in line to make his debut.

Jackson Longridge is a doubt after going off injured against Celtic while manager David Martindale will be careful with Andrew Shinnie after his match-winning display in that match, after losing him earlier in the season to a groin injury.

Rangers loanee Ben Williamson will drop out of the team that beat Celtic while Craig Sibbald (leg wound), Sean Kelly (ribs) and Jaze Kabia (knee) all remain out.