Michael Beale has revealed he will make five changes from Tuesday’s win over Aberdeen for their trip to Ross County.
The Rangers manager continued his winning start with a 3-2 win at Pittodrie that makes it two wins from two since the former QPR boss replaced Giovanni van Bronckhorst in the Ibrox dugout.
But they left it late and were two minutes from a 2-1 defeat when Scott Arfield scored a double deep into injury-time after coming on as a second-half substitute.
Speaking ahead of Friday night’s game in the Highlands, he said there will be changes to the team.
He said: “There will be five changes tomorrow. I think Goldson will be able to feature again, Ben [Davies] is now available to play.
“We are looking forward to the challenge tomorrow.”
However, the Friday night game will come to soon for Kemar Roofe and Antonio Colak who are both expected back against Motherwell on December 28.
Beale said: “We have 10/11 players unavailable which will help us to add competition for places once they return.
“I am trying to create that competition for places that I think will help.
“There are no excuses, we have more than enough and we should go and perform with our 11 tomorrow. Alfredo [Morelos] has played through the pain barrier and has been playing through a minor injury.
“Colak won’t be ready tomorrow with his calf problem, he will hopefully be back for 28th along with Roofe.”