Pre-match shoot: Mr Warburton will probably be asked after the game about new signings, since his assertion that he was hopeful of having one or two in before this game appears to have failed to come to pass. With Hibs winning against St Mirren on Saturday, the "Anthony Stokes to lead Hibs to challenge Rangers" narrative is well underway, which will doubtless go into overdrive in the unlikely event Rangers don't give Morton a gubbing here.
Kickoff time: Monday 25 January, 7:45pm GMT, 2:45pm EST.
Venue: Cappielow Park, Greenock, Scotland.
Weather: Dreich up until kickoff, at which point the rain and cloud will apparently let off just in time to give us a clear and fairly mild evening in Greenock.
Team news: It's still not clear what David Templeton's situation is, with unconfirmed reports he'll be out for months, but he's not fit to take part in this game at least. He remains our only injury now Cammy Bell has returned from his layoff. Check out our predicted Rangers lineup here.
TV: BT Sport 1 have the rights to this, so those of you in the UK and Ireland will be able to watch it there. For our brothers and sisters across the Atlantic in the U.S.A and Canada, you can watch it on FOX Soccer Plus and Sportsnet World respectively.
Online: No luck if you're in the UK and Ireland, but FOX Soccer Plus and Sportsnet World Now have you covered for the U.S.A and Canada. Of course, everywhere outside the UK and Ireland can stream the game live on Rangers TV for £5.99 (USD $9.50.)
Previously: This hugely frustrating 2-2 draw as we contrived to throw away our lead earlier in the season. With the team in far better form, we can hopefully avoid a repeat.