Three St Johnstone danger men who could cause Rangers real problems on Friday

Rangers and St Johnstone kick-off a busy weekend of Scottish Premiership action on Friday night with both teams vying to keep pace with Aberdeen and Celtic above them.

With the two teams locked on equal points, this one could well be the most competitive fixture of the week and should provide a thoroughly entertaining encounter to ease everyone in after the international break.

For Rangers it’s the start of a massive October which will see them play in a national semi-final and attempt to string together consistency in an effort to ease pressure on manager Pedro Caixinha. For St Johnstone it’s a way to prove they can hang with the big boys at the top end of the table after an impressive start to the league season.

The trip to McDiarmid Park will not be an easy one for the Light Blues, all four matches against the Saints last term were close-fought encounters and they should expect the same again.

While it’s a bonus for Pedro Caixinha that Tommy Wright’s top performer Michael O’Halloran cannot feature for the side due to being a Rangers loanee, there are other danger men he has to look out for.

Here are three Rangers must be wary of…