PREVIEW: RANGERS - HIBERNIAN
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ANDREW VORCE - Friday, September 30, 2011
Alejandro Bedoya will look to gain more minutes in the Scottish Premier League alongside international teammates Carlos Bocanegra and Maurice Edu.

Last time out Rangers comfortably defeated Kilmarnock at home on Tuesday and will look to extend their lead in the Premier League.

Gers sit seven points of Celtic who have a game in hand, but have only the league to worry about after missing out on every other competition.

Steven Naismith will continue to be unavailable after picking up his red card retroactively, serving his second of a two game suspension. Nikica Jelavic and Kyle Lafferty will likely be the preferred pair to start up top. Kyle Bartley remains an injury woe, recovering from his hernia surgery.

Hibernian were 3-2 winners at home to St. Johnstone on Wednesday, meaning they have had a day less to recover before the trip to Ibrox.

Leigh Griffiths has been struggling with a foot injury while Martin Scott has also been an injury concern. Danny Galbraith and Matt Thornhill join Phil Airey on the sidelines due to injury.
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