Scottish Cup fifth round replay: Kilmarnock v Rangers team news
Last Updated: 16/02/16 7:45pm
New Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark will watch from the Rugby Park stands on Tuesday as Killie take on Rangers in their William Hill Scottish Cup fifth-round replay.
Clark, who was unveiled on Monday, will leave team selection to Lee McCulloch and Peter Leven, who have both agreed to stay on as assistant manager and first-team coach repectively.
Left-back Stevie Smith is a doubt with a hip injury, while midfielder Jamie Hamill (ankle) remains on the sidelines alongside long-term absentees Darryl Westlake (ankle) and Chris Johnston (knee).
Kallum Higginbotham will also miss out as he completes a two-match ban following his ordering off in the first game in Govan.
Michael O'Halloran and Billy King again drop out of the Rangers squad for the trip to Ayrshire.
O'Halloran, who scored on his first start in the battling 1-1 draw at Alloa on Saturday, and fellow January signing King are cup-tied having already featured in the competition for St Johnstone and Hearts.
David Templeton (knee) is Mark Warburton's only other long-term injury absentee.
The winners will be at home to either Dundee or Dumbarton, who replay their fifth round tie on Tuesday, February 23.