ANDREW VORCE - Saturday, November 26, 2011
Alejandro Bedoya looks to retain his starting position for the traveling Rangers as Dominic Cervi slots back in goal for Greenock Morton who host Queen of the South.

Kilmarnock - Rangers

Alejandro Bedoya will hope to keep his spot in the game day roster as Rangers travel to Kilmarnock.

Bedoya started alongside fellow American internationals Carlos Bocanegra and Maurice Edu as Gers stumbled to a goalless draw at home last Saturday. The poor result could force head coach Ally McCoist to shuffle up his options.

One of those options may be to bring in new winger Sone Aluko into the squad. Putting pen to paper on Thursday, Aluko revealed he paid part of his own transfer fee's to secure the move from Aberdeen to Rangers to ensure he could see playing time with the Scottish Champions.

Kenny Shiels has a dilemma ahead of Sunday's game on which goalkeeper to start. Cammy Bell is back in contention this week after recovering from an elbow problem that has kept the shot stopper out of the line up. Paul Heffernan should be given the green light after overcoming a groin injury.

Greenock Morton - Queen of the South

Dominic Cervi will look to keep Queen of the South at bay as Greenock Morton are hungry for points on their own turf.

Morton are boosted by the return of Marc Smyth, but are still without Fouad Bachirou, Ross Forsyth, and Stuart McCaffrey.

Queen of the South know what the home field advantage can give you, having beaten Morton 4-1 at home in September. The Doonhamers are without center back Mark Campbell as Gus McPherson will need to reshuffle his squad to make way for the injured defender.