WHILE Celtic play trophy monopoly Rangers have been using their get out of jail free card.
Injury-time winners against Dundee and Partick Thistle have lifted the Ibrox men into second but they could be locked out of the points at Tynecastle tonight.
Only three points separate Gers, Aberdeen and Hearts and the race for second should go to the wire.
The Jambos have lost just one in nine but bookies make them underdogs in what should be a 50-50 game.
However, the build-up to the game has been dominated by news manager Robbie Neilson is set to quit to take charge at MK Dons and I don't how that will affect his players.
Rangers' squad lacks height and could be exposed by giant hitman Bjorn Johnsen. The American hit two in the weekend win against Motherwell and is 11-5 with Coral to score again.
Hero for Mark Warburton's side at Firhill was Joe Dodoo who came off the bench to net twice in the final 10 minutes. He should keep his place and is 9-4 with Coral to score.
Until Saturday Hearts had been conceding too many goals and they'll be attacked so both to score looks a shout at 8-11 with Ladbrokes.
Johnsen to score
Hearts draw no bet
Both teams to score