Rangers ready for United
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has promised Dundee United a tough challenge in their Scottish Cup semi-final at Ibrox.
It follows the Glasgow side accounting for Albion Rovers 2-0 in their quarter-final replay last night. The Tangerines already knocked Rangers out of last season's competition in a comprehensive 3-0 victory.
"We definitely feel that we have a better side with better players," McCoist told BBC Scotland. "That said, you could argue that Dundee United have a better team this year, so there are a lot of questions that won't be answered until the game."
Rangers have 'home' advantage for the tie because Hampden Park is being redeveloped for the Commonwealth Games and the Scottish FA chose Ibrox as an alternative venue. United since requested a move should Rangers reach the last four but that was rejected.