Rangers will face their toughest test of the season on Saturday when they face off against Celtic in the first Old Firm derby on the season.

The match is set to be a cracker and with Gers currently sitting top of the Scottish Premiership, they will be looking to extend that lead when they travel to their city rivals.

But how will the Light Blues line up against the Hoops? Here is Herald and Times Sport's predicted team.

Formation: 4-3-2-1

Allan McGregor

If fit McGregor will definitely get the nod from his manager. His experience of this fixture could prove to be vital at Parkhead on Saturday. 

James Tavernier 

The Ibrox skipper will be the first name on the team sheet. Has been a major attacking threat for Gers but his defending will be tested this weekend.

Connor Goldson

Solid and composed at the back of late. First pick at the moment in the centre of defence. Will face his toughest challenge of the season on Saturday though.

Filip Helander

Gerrard won't change his defensive partnership. A big afternoon for the Swede as he looks set to face a strong Hoops frontline.

Borna Barisic

Croatia announced earlier this week that the full-back is fit and raring to go. Will look to get forward as much as he can and his deliveries will be important for Rangers.

Steven Davis

Another experienced head who Gerrard will hope can guide his team to victory. Just back from a busy international period, but he won't want to miss this one.

Glen Kamara

The Finnish international will be in there to provide the legs in the middle of the park. Expect the match to be stretched throughout and he'll be asked to do a box to box job.

Scott Arfield

Starting to fight his way into a regular starting spot. Has been influential in the middle on the European stage and Gerrard will be hoping for more of the same.

Ianis Hagi

Preparing for his first taste of an Old Firm derby. Will probably help his nerves that there's no supporters inside the stadium, but has the touch of magic to win a game in the final third.

Ryan Kent

Kent is a big game player that thrives on these occasions and while it will be a very different atmosphere on Saturday, he is still a guy that produces in the important moments.

Alfredo Morelos

If Morelos is in the right shape physically following his international stint with Colombia, then he has to start. Many thought he wouldn’t be at Rangers to play in this game but this is a chance for him to show that he is fully focused and committed to Rangers after months of speculation over his future.

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