Miller and Wallace appeal to SPFL over Rangers fines
The pair are contesting the punishment handed out by the Ibrox club.
Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller have lodged appeals to the SPFL against the fines handed to them by Rangers for their roles in the Hampden bust-up.
Rangers fined club captain Wallace the maximum four weeks' wages following his outburst towards former manager Graeme Murty in the wake of the Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Celtic, while veteran striker Miller - who was also critical of Murty - has been fined two weeks' wages.
The Rangers hierarchy felt that the pair crossed a line and, after talks with managing director Stewart Robertson and human resources staff, both players were suspended on full pay and told to stay away.
The duo felt the action was excessive and have taken the matter to the league through the players union.
There is no timescale for a hearing yet but all parties could be called to give evidence to an independent panel.
Wallace's suspension from the club has now been lifted whilst Miller has left Ibrox after his contract expired.