ANYONE who endured the League Cup Final on Sunday afternoon will be tuning into Scottish football's latest live offering hoping for some better fare.
They could of course be disappointed as Albion Rovers adopt the Inverness CT “spoilers” role and try to deny Rangers a place in the Scottish cup semi-finals.
Ally McCoist's men were slated after scrambling a 1-1 draw at Ibrox but have bounced back well with victories over Airdrie and Dunfermline.
The first win clinched the League One title and Rangers still have a chance of landing a treble although the odds are stacked against them in the Scottish Cup after being pushed out to fourth favourites and facing a last-four clash with Dundee United albeit at Ibrox.
They are just 1-7 at Coral and Ladbrokes to beat Rovers who are 20-1 at McBookie with the draw paying 9-2.
Rangers have won all of their League One games on the road and haven't conceded a goal away from Ibrox since beating Brechin 4-3 last October which is a remarkable stat.
They will be super confident of winning at New Douglas Park and to do so to nil they are 3-4 at Ladbrokes.
Lee McCulloch hit a hat-trick in the 3-0 midweek success against Airdrie and is 9-2 at Coral to bag the opener but of course the likes of Jon Daly or Nicky Clark could equally provide a goal threat. It's also pointed out Betfred go a standout 7-4 on McCulloch to score.
While Rangers struggled in the original tie I expect them to win this one 2-0 or 3-0 against a side who crashed 4-0 to Queen's Park at the weekend with one eye being on this one.
Rangers win to nil
McCulloch to score first