FORMER Rangers striker Kenny Miller believes that three or four changes need to be made to Giovanni van Bronckhorst's starting XI if his old club are to overturn their 2-0 deficit to Union Saint Gilloise.

The Glasgow giants faced the Belgians in the first leg of their Champions League qualifier on Tuesday night but the loss leaves the team with it all to do in the second leg at Ibrox next week.

Miller would like to see Van Bronckhorst make a few changes to his line-up for the return fixture in Govan - and expects the Dutchman to tinker with the team's shape, too.

"I think there could be two [changes] in the back line - at left-back and left centre-back," the former Scotland internationalist told the Go Radio Football Show.

"I think [Antonio] Colak will play. I'd expect him to play unless [Alfredo] Morelos is really there and ready to go.

"I'd expect [Ryan] Kent to play and [Malik] Tillman and [Tom] Lawrence, maybe.

"If you had Kent and Lawrence ahead of Jack and Lundstram, or Kamara and Lundstram, or Lawrence off the side and Tillman in behind, you could maybe play that 4-2-3-1 type formation with that front four being Colak, Lawrence, Tillman and Kent coming back in - with two midfielders in Jack and Lundstram or Kamara and Lundstram.

"So what's that? Three or four changes definitely I think there'll be. And I do think there will be a shape change."