Rangers face another home game on Tuesday against Raith Rovers, and potentially another chance to extend their eleven-point lead at the top of the table, with Hibs facing a moderately tricky game at Palmerston Park.
Mark Warburton has told the press that he'll rotate a few members of his squad, but it's not immediately obvious who'll be coming in and out. Dominic Ball could come into the back four, but Rob Kiernan will have to miss the Morton game through suspension, so he might be picked in midfield instead. The defence, then, will probably remain the same.
One of the problems with the makeup of the squad is that the players who look most in need of some time out of the side right now are also the ones where we have a very limited selection of alternatives, like Andy Halliday, Jason Holt and Lee Wallace.
In other words, it's pretty much anyone's guess. Nonetheless, the day we can't make some totally ill-informed wild stab in the dark about the goings-on at the club is the day we pack it all in, or at least run out of things to talk about, so here's our guess. We suspect Kenny Miller will be rested and Harry Forrester will start to help him back up to fitness. Dominic Ball will have to come in to get back up to speed too, perhaps at the expense of Andy Halliday, but more likely instead of Nicky Law, which is probably the deeper midfield two we'll use against Dundee.
With Michael O'Halloran and Billy King unable to feature against Dundee, it makes perfect sense to start those. We reckon they'll form a front three with Harry Forrester, who's in need of more game time and could be a vital player on Sunday, and Barrie McKay will be tried in the centre again with Nicky Law poor in the last game, Dean Shiels generally poor when starting and Gedion Zelalem suffering from a knock.
Which leave us with this. What do you think? Who would you start?