Rangers predicted lineup vs Celtic - Scottish Cup

Tom Gott
Van Bronckhorst's side are flying high
Van Bronckhorst's side are flying high / ANDY BUCHANAN/GettyImages

Rangers will have the chance to get some revenge on Celtic for two straight defeats when they square up in the Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday.

The Europa League semi-finalists fell 2-1 to their Old Firm rivals earlier this month but have since returned to the top of the world, seeing off Braga with a mind-blowing performance to book their place in the competition's final four.

They could inch closer to another trophy with a victory over Celtic on Sunday, so here's how Giovanni van Bronckhorst could set up.

1. Goalkeeper & defenders

Borna Barisic
Barisic is fit for this one / Ian MacNicol/GettyImages

Allan McGregor (GK) - Not particularly busy against Braga and would like to keep it that way.

James Tavernier (RB) - Sensational in the European win, adding to his goal tally with two strikes.

Connor Goldson (CB) - Goldson has been a near-permanent fixture in the team this season and is a certain starter.

Calvin Bassey (CB) - Away from his natural left-back spot, Bassey was out of this world against Braga and deserves another run in that role.

Borna Barisic (LB) - Barisic has confirmed that his injury towards the end of the Braga game was just cramp, so he should be fit and ready to go.

2. Midfielders

Joe Aribo
Aribo is in good form / Srdjan Stevanovic/GettyImages

John Lundstram (DM) - Riding a high after probably his best performance of the season.

Ryan Jack (DM) - Rangers lost control of the Braga game when Jack went off. He needs to start if fit.

Aaron Ramsey (RM) - Does Ramsey have the legs to start again? He was out wide last time out and did a perfect job of pulling the strings.

Joe Aribo (AM) - Expect Aribo to rotate with Ramsey, but the 25-year-old proved he can hang in this central role.

Ryan Kent (LM) - Kent brings all the agility and speed in Rangers' attack; will be looked at to raise the tempo.

3. Forward

Kemar Roofe
Roofe shone against Braga / Ian MacNicol/GettyImages

Kemar Roofe (ST) - Led the line superbly against Braga and was an absolute terror. Deserves another start.