Sunday, Caledonian Stadium, 12.45pm (live on Sky Sports 1)

INVERNESS have been the result of a big gamble all week and time will tell whether they can justify the money.

I don't know anyone happy to back crisis-hit Rangers at a biggest 17-20 (Blue Square) – and although they haven't lost any players yet boss Ally McCoist is still down to the bare bones.

Already without striker Kyle Lafferty he's lost Lee Wallace and Kyle Bartley to injury while Sasa Papac is banned. That is three players who could fill the left-back slot all missing plus a man who could get them the goals missing since Nikica Jelavic left for Everton.

Rangers have lost their last two without scoring and administration could result in some players being forced out next week.

It's tough times at Ibrox but we saw how well Portsmouth reacted to their dire state with a draw against Leeds on Saturday so nothing can be taken for granted.

ICT started 13 -2 and are now a biggest 4-1 at unibet and Betfred and having seen Rangers struggle so badly against Dundee Utd and Kilmarnock I'll be siding with the Highlanders.

Of course their price is so big that we can keep the draw on side with ICT at 6-5 (Stan James) plus one and 6-5 with the same firm on the double chance.

For first scorer I'd look no further than Johnny Hayes who looks huge at 12-1 with Paddy Power.

Rangers are relying on David Healy who is 5-1 with Betfred and Sone Aluko, a 6-1 chance at Ladbrokes.


ICT +1

(6-5, Stan James)

Hayes to score first

(12-1, Paddy Power)


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