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Dundee after putting up a very superb performance if 4-0 win against Hamilton in midweek where Miller scored a stunning hat-trick to put smile on Dundee fans face.
While Dundee seems to be getting things right presently, Rangers will travel to visit Dundee to face each other in another amazing Match on Sunday
Rangers will be without their leading scorer Alfredo Morelos as he serves a one-match suspension in their Scottish Premiership game at Dundee.
The 17-goal Colombian, who will serve a further ban later in the month after a red card in Wednesday’s 1-0 defeat to Aberdeen, misses out due to an accumulation of yellow cards.
McAllister added: “They’re coming off the back of a good result.
I watched Dundee earlier in the season under Neil McCann and they were pretty impressive but didn’t always get results and he lost his job.
“I think there are some good players at Dundee and it will be a good test for us. We’re obviously looking for a reaction after the Aberdeen result.”
After losing their position at the top of the table as a result of their first home loss of the season
Assistant manager Gary McAllister wants improvements at Dens Park, live on Sky Sports Football (Sunday, 1pm).
He said: “As much as it was a disappointing result, it’s taken a couple of days to get it out our system. The players and management would now like to see a better performance.
Dundee’s former Celtic defender Darren O’Dea misses the match as he awaits the results of a scan on the groin injury which forced him off against Hamilton.
Benjamin Kallman, Roarie Deacon and Adil Nabi are back in light training but won’t be involved. Josh Meekings is also still out with a hip problem.
Borna Barisic is in contention, however, having been out since September with a hamstring injury and could return at left-back ahead of Jon Flanagan.
Scott Arfield is banned after a recent red card at Hearts while long-term absentees Graham Dorrans and Jamie Murphy remain on the sidelines.
Obviously, presently Dundee are bottom of the table but showed signs of turning things around with their 4-0 win over Hamilton in midweek
With former Rangers striker Kenny Miller scoring a hat-trick.