Can Motherwell climb away from the relegation places?
On Wednesday night, the Well were swatted aside 3-0 at Ibrox, rarely threatening the Rangers backline throughout.
In isolation, this is no disaster, but it means Stevie Hammell’s men are now winless in five Premiership matches.
In fact, the Steelmen have won just two league matches since mid-August, beating the only two teams currently below them, Ross County and Dundee United, both on the road in October.
Livingston meantime are three places and six points better off than their visitors.
The Lions earned their first point post-World Cup break on Wednesday, holding St Mirren to a 1-1 draw.
Cristian Montaño breaking the deadlock at the Tony Macaroni Arena, on a night that saw both clubs end with ten-men; Scott Pittman dismissed after just 24 minutes.
Davie Martindale’s men have now lost just two of their last eight home matches, these defeats, bizarrely, coming against league-leaders Celtic and basement boys Ross County.
Will Livi make home advantage count at Almondvale?