After a humbling, humiliating European thrashing on Wednesday night, how will Rangers respond?
In midweek, the Light Blues welcomed Liverpool to Ibrox, and led after just 17 minutes through Scott Arfield.
The visitors then equalised just seven minutes later, but it was 1-1 at the break; no need to panic.
In the second half through, Liverpool scored six times, including four in 11 minutes, running out 7-1 winners in Govan.
This is the first time a Scottish club has conceded 6+ in one half of European football, while Rangers are on course to post the worst Champions League group stage campaign of all time.
GNK Dinamo Zagreb hold that record, zero points with a goal difference of -19 (set in 2011), while the Gers are on no points, -15 goal difference with two games still to play.
Back in the Scottish Premiership, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team are looking to make it four victories in a row.
Last weekend, Antonio Čolak’s brace downed St Mirren 4-0, meaning they remain two points behind Celtic.
Motherwell though will sense that an upset is possible, even if they themselves aren’t in particularly good form.
Last time out, the Steelmen were beaten 1-0 at Easter Road by Hibs; Connor Shields’ red card not helping their cause.
Three days earlier, Stevie Hammell’s team did smash Ross County 5-0, but this is their only victory in six.
So, the Well start the weekend seventh, five points clear of the bottom two.
Rangers haven’t left Fir Park empty handed since 2015, but can Motherwell spring a surprise this time?