Will Mick Beale’s 100% start to life as Rangers manager continue?
On Friday night, John Lundstram’s strike saw the Gers beat Ross County 1-0 in Dingwall.
Before that, Beale’s first two games had both been five-goal thrillers, with the Light Blues coming from behind to defeat both Hibs and Aberdeen.
All of this means Rangers remain nine point adrift of league-leaders Celtic; those two meet in Govan on Monday.
Before that huge game, will the Gers’ winning streak continue here?
Motherwell meantime were also in action on Friday night, but less successfully.
The Steelmen were 2-0 up at home to Kilmarnock, Kevin van Veen and Callum Slattery scoring, with the visitors then reduced to ten-men.
Despite those advantages, the Well threw away two points, with Paul McGinn’s own goal setting Killie on their way to a 2-2 draw.
That means Stevie Hammell’s men are now winless in four, only winning two of 13 outings since 20 August.
So, anything other than a comfortable home victory at Ibrox would be a major surprise.