Title hopefuls Glasgow Rangers are set to play against Ross County in a Scottish Premiership game at the Global Energy Stadium on Wednesday night.
The Gers are currently in good form after having beaten Motherwell 2-1 at Ibrox during their last game.
Steven Gerrard’s Rangers side will fancy that this is finally the season in which they can win the Scottish Premiership.
The Gers head into the content in second place on the Scottish top-flight standings, behind log leaders Celtic, only on goal difference.
A win could see Rangers going to the top of the league standings if Celtic fail to collect three points from their game against St Mirren.
Ross County are currently in sixth position on the Scottish league standings and the Gers will go into the game as the clear favourites.
Rangers will have to continue making do without the services of Jordan Jones, according to a report which was published by The Evening Times.
The report added that the likes of Ryan Kent and Ryan Jack are however back and available for selection.
It is likely that Gerrard may be tempted to rest some players, bearing in mind that his side will be playing against Hearts in a Scottish League Cup semi final on Sunday.
On paper Rangers are much better than County, who are coming into the game on the back of a 2-2 draw with Hibernian.
Gerrard’s charges have more than enough quality to win the game and they will just have to make sure that they execute the basics well on the day.