Rangers currently have a number of different injury blows in their squad as they approach a crucial part of the season at Ibrox.
The Bears are seven points away from the Scottish Premiership title, and also charged into the round-of-16 of the Europa League last week.
Steven Gerrard has had to do it the hard way at times this season, with James Tavernier and Kemar Roofe both currently out injured.
Roofe has taken to his personal Instagram account on Sunday, sharing a video with another one of his teammates at Auchenhowie.
The skipper, Tavernier, has played a massive role in this success this season and he has been joined by Roofe in the gym as the pair continue their rehabilitation.
“Big skippo,” he captioned the post.
This would be a huge boost.
Roofe has been instrumental in the Europa League run with his critical goals over the likes of Benfica, with Tavernier all-round phenomenal in each competition.
The captain has scored 11 goals and assisted a further nine, and no one has more involvements in the entire Scottish Premiership.
When could they be back?
Both picked up their problems in the 4-3 win in Antwerp a fortnight ago, with Gerrard insisting it would be a matter of weeks before they returned.
The game with Livingston could come too early, as well as the weekend’s game with St. Mirren as the Bears could go one point within the title with two wins.
We all know what comes after that.
Slavia Praha await in the Europa League, and this video could hint that both Roofe and Tavernier could be available for that first-leg trip to the Czech Republic; fingers crossed.
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