Glasgow Rangers under the guidance of new rookie manager Steven Gerrard, are currently sitting in 2nd place in the league on 31 points.
The Teddy Bears are the highest goal scorers in the league with 38 from 16 games played, which is two more goals scored than Glasgow Celtic.
Glasgow Rangers have a massive 97.2% following in Ibrox Park at every home game this season. The average attendance is 49,562, out of a total capacity of 50,817.
Every Ibrox game would be totally sold out, but Rangers have to keep an area of the ground for the away team fans.
Some tickets are not always sold out by the opposition fans, which brings the average down to less than capacity.
Celtic are deservedly at the top of the league on 33 points, after Rangers had a disastrous week losing 1-0 to Aberdeen and a 1-1 draw at Dundee.
The Hoops have a better average home attendance of 58,178, but have only 95.6% of the Celtic Park capacity of 60,411. The Old Firm games are usually very special.
Hearts are the 3rd best supported team and are from Edinburgh. They are in 4th place on 30 points and have an average of 18,272 fans.
The ‘Jam Tarts’ have a good 90.9% of Tynecastle Park’s 20,099 fans, where the atmosphere is always terrific, especially against Rangers.
Hibernian are a lowly 8th place with 23 points and are also from the city of Edinburgh.
The Hibees have the 4th highest average attendance in Scotland with 17,342, which is only 85.6% of the Easter Road capacity of 20,421.
Aberdeen from the north of Scotland, are badly under performing this season in 7th place with only 24 points, due to inconsistency this term.
Last season the Dons were runners up in the league, so they have some work to do. Rangers always find it hard to win up in Aberdeen.
They average 14,886 fans, which is only 67.1% of Pittodrie Stadium which seats 20,866. The Aberdeen fans detest Rangers and vice versa.
Dundee are joint bottom with a measly 9 points. They have an average attendance of 6,225, which is 52.5% of the Dens Park capacity of 11,506.
Kilmarnock are the surprise team of the season in 3rd place on 31 points, with their manager Stevie Clarke doing a great job with very little money.
The Killie have an average of 6,184 fans, which is a lowly 34.1% of the Rugby Park capacity of 17,889, but they have achieved consistent results.
Motherwell with 15 points are in 9th place, and have an average of 5,550, fans which is only 40.4% of Fir Park capacity of 13,677. Rangers never get it easy at Motherwell.
St Mirren are joint bottom on 9 points, and have an average attendance of 5,402, which is 67.3% of St Mirren Park (The Simple Digital Arena) with a new capacity of 8,023.
Livingston are 6th with 25 points and average 4,136 fans. 47.5% of Almondvale Stadium (Tony Macaroni Arena) holding 9,512. Rangers hate playing on their plastic pitch.
St Johnstone are in 5th place with 28 points and average only 4,031 fans which is only 37.7% of the McDiarmid Park capacity of 10,696.
Hamilton Accies are the worst supported team and only have 3,048 fans watching them. Which is 55.3% of New Douglas Park, (Hope CBD Stadium) capacity of 6,018. They are 10th in the league on 13 points and another plastic pitch that Rangers dislike immensely.