IT'S a one-horse title race in the Premiership and League One – but at least in the top flight second spot is up for grabs.
Take your pick between Motherwell, Aberdeen, Inverness and Dundee United for the side that finishes closest to Celtic.
In League One Rangers will be first and Dunfermline second as it lies ahead of tonight's live TV showdown (7.45) between the pair.
Eleven points separate the sides while the Pars are five points clear of third-placed Stranraer and 4-9 with McBookie to finish runners-up.
The Ibrox men followed 20 successive wins with a 1-1 Boxing Day draw against Stranraer while the Pars' only defeat in 11 was at Ibrox.
Jim Jefferies's side went down 3-1 but were holding the hosts until being reduced to 10 men.
That display and their current form suggests this should be another tight contest which makes a mockery of best odds on Rangers to win of 1-4 with firms such as McBookie.
Dunfermline are a biggest 11-1 at William Hill while the draw pays 5-1 at Paddy Power. The home prices are so big I'm having a look at Pars plus two at 6-5 with Skybet and plus three at 1-2 with McBookie and Ladbrokes.
Ally McCoist will be demanding a response from his side to the Stranraer shocker and one man he's been able to trust is top scorer Jon Daly who is 11-4 at bet365 to break the deadlock.
Daly is now just 4-7 with McBookie to finish leading marksman in League One ahead of Ayr's Michael Moffat 7-2 and Ibrox hitman Nicky Clark 8-1.
Dangerous centre-half Bilel Mohsni netted against the Pars at Ibrox and is 14-1 at bet365 to score first.
Josh Falkingham bagged the Fifers' goal in Glasgow and is as big as 28-1 with McBookie to bag the opener.
Dunfermline have netted seven goals in their last two outings and I can see both scoring at East End Park at 8-11 with Ladbrokes.
Rangers' away games haven't always produced loads of goals but I fancy over 3.5 goals at 3-4 with Ladbrokes.
Daly to score first