1.The Teddy Bears had recorded 13 of the preceding 19 overall wins.
1.It’s been six years since the teams have taken on each other, and then the Terrors registered a 1-3 win.
1.At this stadium, the hosts had recorded 18 of the former 23 wins.
1.They had also scored two or more goals in 14 of the previous 16 clashes at this ground.
Gerrard’s men have easily been the best team in the whole league this campaign, and they are dead-set on winning the title this time around. They are at the top of the table with a near-perfect record, and already have a six-point lead over the defending champions Celtic.
As such, the Teddy Bears have the momentum, and they will be adamant to keep the streak going.
They are at home, and are taking on one of the weakest teams in the league. Not only are Micky Mellon’s men new additions to this competition, but they also are struggling to stand their ground against these top flight teams.
On top of that, the Teddy Bears also do have a great h2h record against this rival at this venue over the years.
As such, expect a convincing Rangers win this weekend to keep their title objective well and alive.
Half Time/ Full Time: Rangers/ Rangers @ 1.60
Rangers to Score in Both Halves @ 1.75