HYS: Should Kenny Miller start in Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final vs Celtic?

The countdown is on to Rangers’ massive Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic this Sunday.

For the Light Blues it’s not only their last chance to win silverware this season but also to stop the Hoops’ march to a second successive treble. Having not beaten Celtic since Brendan Rodgers arrived in Glasgow, it’s a monumental task.

Rangers boss Graeme Murty must get his team selection spot on and after a dominant 4-0 win over Dundee at Ibrox he has something of an attacking selection headache on his hands.

Veteran Kenny Miller – who Transfermarkt value at £315k – returned to the Rangers starting eleven for the first time since December in that match, predictably opening the scoring.

In the wake of that performance some former Gers heroes have tipped him to start Sunday’s clash, but is it a risk?

Rodgers’ side are capable of performing at a different level to Dundee and Miller’s record of just one goal in five months isn’t the most inspiring to head into a crucial semi-final with.

Other options would include Jason Cummings, Michael O’Halloran or going with another man in midfield like Sean Goss.

However, the 38-year-old’s history in these matches is superb, scoring 10 times in 18 appearances against the Hoops.

Should he start on Sunday against Celtic?

Let us know by voting below…