The starting line-ups are in as Livingston aim to bounce back from Betfred Cup final defeat when they take on Rangers at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
David Martindale’s side makes four changes from the side which lost to St Johnstone, with Max Stryjek, Jack Fitzwater, Craig Sibbald and Gavin Reilly all starting. Rangers make three changes from their Europa League win over Antwerp.
Aiming to secure top six spot
Livingston goes into the game aiming to not only get over the Betfred Cup defeat, but to all but secure a place in the top of six of the Premiership. As it stands, they are five points ahead of seventh placed Dundee United with two games in hand. A win over Rangers would secure a top six spot.
Meanwhile, the Ibrox side are aiming to get the three points that will take them closer to the Premiership title.
The teams are in contrasting form
Both teams go into the team in contrasting form. Livingston is without a win in their last four games in all competitions. Meanwhile, Rangers are unbeaten in their last 15 games, and are on a run of four wins in a row in all competitions.
What could give Livingston confidence though is how they performed in their first meeting against Rangers at the Tony Macaroni Arena this season. They drew 0-0 with Rangers back in August. The other meeting between the sides saw Rangers win 2-0 in October.
Here’s how both teams line-up at the Tony Macaroni Arena this evening:
Stryjek, Devlin, Guthrie, Fitzwater, Serrano, Holt, Sibbald, Bartley, Pittman, Mullin, Reilly
McGregor, Patterson, Goldson, Helander, Barisic, Kamara, Davis, Arfield, Aribo, Kent, Morelos