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Maurice Edu and Rangers will look to get a big win over Inverness CT away from home while Dominic Cervi will be on the bench for Celtic who face Dundee Untied at home.

Inverness CT - Rangers

Maurice Edu and Rangers head back into Scotland Premier League action after the international break concludes.

Steven Whittaker is set to come back into the Rangers starting line up after missing Ranges' last few games as well as missing Scotland's international friendly against Denmark. Whittaker broke his toe in the opening stages of the UEFA Champions League defeat against Malmo and has not played since. The international break also claimed Sasa Papac who has picked up an illnessk, but avoiding pneumonia as initial reports suggested.

Inverness is off the back of a high scoring draw away at Dunfermline, the score line ending 3-3. That point is Inverness' only one having played three games so, losing 1-0 at home to Hibernian and suffering a 3-0 defeat on opening day at Motherwell.

Josh Meekings missed the 3-3 draw against Dunfermline with an ankle injury, while Lee Cox and Billy McKay are nursing a pelvis and ankle injury, respectively.

Notes:

Dominic Cervi will be on the bench for Celtic who face Dundee United at home on Saturday.
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