Livingston is our next test in the league, and the odds will be heavily in our favour when they visit Ibrox on Saturday. Livi are battling to save themselves from the drop, and Alloa's recent surprise win only leaves them four points clear of the bottom spot, and three adrift in the relegation playoff. They were tough opponents the last time we played them, at Almondvale on the 4th of October, a narrow 1-0 win courtesy of a Nicky Clark goal. At Ibrox, we should be looking forward to a win.
Pre-match shoot: Most of Mr. Warburton's pre-match talk has been about transfers, so there's not been much of a shoot to speak of. Livingston will probably at least try very hard, as there's talk the club might have serious, existential problems if they get relegated, but they've been a bit of a basket-case all season. Mark Warburton will probably see this as an opportunity to play an attacking side and rack up the goals, and if our recent form continues we could well end up with more than a few goals here.
Team news: Mostly the same as last week - there's been no update on David Templeton, who is still absent, but Cammy Bell is on his way back from another injury lay-off. Beyond that, there are no injuries, although Harry Forrester is lacking in match fitness. Check our our predicted Rangers vs Livingston lineup.
Kickoff: 3:00pm, Saturday 16th January, Ibrox Stadium
Tickets: You can still buy Rangers vs Livingston tickets from the official site. There are still plenty available in the club deck, although availability elsewhere is limited.
TV and streaming guide: This one's not on TV, but if you're outside the UK and Ireland, you can get a Rangers vs Livingston live stream from RangersTV for £5.99 ($9.50.)