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Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Revenge will be at the forefront of Maurice Edu's mind when Rangers travel to Tannadice Park on Wednesday to take on Dundee United.

Edu has been featuring in Walter Smith's starting 11 and should do so again in Dundee tomorrow evening when he lines up in the Light Blues' midfield.

Indiana native DaMarcus Beasley should make the gameday roster and will hope to see some minutes off the bench as a second half substitiute.

It was the Scottish Cup match back on March 24th against the Arabs where Beasley last saw action and it ended in a shocking 1-0 loss for Rangers which ended dreams of a Scottish triple for the club.

A late David Robertson goal brought United the win that night so Smith's men will be looking to jump on the hosts early and often to avoid any late game suprises this time around.

All Rangers require are two wins in their final six matches to claim the Scottish Premier League title and an automatic berth in next season Champions League group stage.

Defenders Madjid Bougherra and Kirk Broadfoot have recovered from hamstring injuries giving Smith a full slate to choose from against the Scottish Cup finalists.

United head coach Peter Houston is witgout defender Paul Dixon to injury while Andy Webster is unavailable.

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