Peter Houston's mob have been doing very well in the Championship so far, although Dundee coasted past them in the cup and their recent form hasn't been too great. It's a good time for Rangers to be facing them, although the talk pre-game has been dominated by questions about transfers and the board. Rangers still maintain a five-point lead at the top of the table, although will have the chance to extend that by three points for a brief period at least - Hibs don't have a game this weekend.
3:00pm GMT, 10:00am EST
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
There are still a few available, particularly in the club deck, from the official site.
This one is coming in the midst of a storm, but although Saturday will see sleet, snow, rain and sunshine, it should be clear and mild during the game itself. If you don't like the weather round here, son, just wait five minutes, eh? Ha ha!
David Templeton aside, everybody's fit for Rangers, with Jason Holt expected to be back to full fitness. Andy Halliday's suspension is the biggest problem Rangers face, with one of Dominic Ball, Rob Kiernan or Jordan Thompson expected to take his place in the side. Elsehwere, with Harry Forrester and Billy King both fighting for a place in the squad, competition for places is heating up, although we'll still expect an otherwise more-or-less unchanged side to start the game.
Where to watch on TV
It's a 3pm kick-off, so nothing in the UK, and our brothers and sisters in North America will find themselves out of luck, too. An important game, but nowhere's showing it through the traditional channels.
Your only legal recourse is to stream the game from the club, if you're outside the UK and Ireland. If you don't have a subscription you can stream Rangers vs Falkirk on Rangers TV for £5.99 ($9.50.)