Sunday, Easter Road, 4.05pm, live on BBC Alba
RANGERS go hunting for their second silverware of the season tomorrow – and bookies make them hot favourites to do so.
The Ibrox men face a Raith Rovers side a league above them but that doesn't wash with the layers.
Bookies are running scared of a team unbeaten in League One and with a fanbase ready to back them to the hilt – in shops and at a sell-out Easter Road.
I'm struggling to call it simply because no one knows how good or bad Rangers actually are. Defenders of Ally McCoist will say they can only beat what's put in front of them and critics claim they should taking out teams such as Brechin, Arbroath and Stranraer much more easily.
One defeat in four competitions – at Forfar in the League Cup back in August – suggests Rangers know how to cross the line and I'm backing them to take the Ramsdens Cup back to Ibrox.
The only side they've faced higher ranked than Raith this season is Falkirk in the Scottish Cup and that resulted in a battling away win against a side reduced to 10 men.
Rangers are a best 8-15 at Coral to win in 90 minutes and 1-5 with McBookie on the outrights. McBookie offer the Rangers victory at 12-5 for new customers (see terms and conditions).
Rovers are 7-1 at Paddy Power to win and 7-2 with the firm to lift the trophy. Grant Murray's team beat Hibs in the Scottish Cup at Easter Road so the ground will hold happy memories.
However, they've been off the boil in recent weeks with just two wins in six.
Old guard Jon Daly (7-2, bet365) and Lee McCulloch (13-2, bet365) will be backed to score first – but what about a punt on Fraser Aird at 7-2 with Betfred and bet365 to score at any time with the youngster netting in his last three matches.
Aird to score
(7-2, Betfred, bet365)
Rangers to win in 90 minutes