IF there was one team Rangers would choose to face every week it would be Falkirk.
During their adventures through the leagues in the last three seasons the Ibrox men have dropped points against minnows such as Annan and Alloa – but it's been men against Bairns.
The sides have clashed six times since August 2012 and Rangers have won them all. This season three meetings have ended in 4-0, 3-1 and 2-0 victories so not even close. In fact in those six Gers hace conceded just once and William Hill make them 11-4 to win to nil.
So the history suggests an away win in tonight's Championship fixture – but I'm going against the grain.
In many ways this is a good time to face Rangers and in-form Falkirk can buck the trend.
I refused to back against Kenny McDowall's side last Friday against Raith and that was correct but Falkirk have the firepower to frighten a fragile backline.
Falkirk have scored two or more goals in six of their last seven matches – including three at Hearts and Hibs – and remember Ibrox centre-half Bilel Mohsni is back for this one.
Rory Loy's goals have won him a move to Dundee but experienced John Baird could be the man to hurt Gers and he is 5-2 at Paddy Power to net at any time.
Falkirk draw no bet
Baird to score
(5-2, Paddy Power)