Gilks, a summer arrival, has played in all the Gers' knockout round games in the tournament, though he shared matches in the group stage with Foderingham. If he was to get the nod from boss Mark Warburton, it would be his first appearance at Hampden, despite the fact he is a Scotland international. And that for Gilks would make it an even bigger deal.
This would be one of the biggest games I have played in if I was to start, I have played at Wembley a couple of times in the Championship playoff final and won international caps, but this would definitely be up there , he explained to Rangers TV. I’ve never actually played at Hampden; I have been involved with the Scotland set-up there but never come on. “I am looking forward to it, the Old Firm atmosphere was great at Celtic Park and the home crowd at Ibrox are fantastic on a weekly basis. “I have played big games before and you soak it in up until the whistle goes and then you have a job to do , Gilks added.