RANGERS have won one out of four Premiership games so it's time for Steven Gerrard's men to start hunting down the leaders.
It was never going to be an easy start for the rookie gaffer with away trips to Aberdeen, Motherwell and Celtic.
Gers entertain Dundee at home today then have two games they should win – St Johnstone (h), Livingston (a) – as they aim to at least lose no more ground on champions Celtic and leaders Hearts.
Dee are pointless and boss Neil McCann must be fearing he'll be next to join Kenny Miller and Alan Stubbs on the sidelines.
His men are the lowest scorers in the division with two and have you have to fancy a robust Rangers to win to nil at evens with McBookie.
Rangers -1 will attract home fans at 3-4 with Ladbrokes while Kyle Lafferty is 3-1 at McBookie to score first.
Not sure if Alfredo Morelos will start after making his debut for Colombia who played a second game against Argentina in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Leaders Hearts will put their 100 per cent record on the line at Motherwell and this could be a draw.
Well followed their superb draw against Rangers with victory at Dundee and Stephen Robinson's men look back on track. The Jambos are 6-5 at Marathonbet but best bet could be over 2.5 goals at 9-5 with Marathonbet – seven of eight meetings at Fir Park have gone that way.
Steven Naismith capped his fine start by scoring for Scotland against Albania and is 21-10 with McBookie to net.
Hibs v Killie is another game that looks good on paper with Neil Lennon men's trying to bounce back from a shock defeat at Livingston.
Last season's meetings at Easter Road finished 5-3 and 1-1 so again look at goals with both teams scoring a biggest evens at Paddy Power.
Elsewhere Livingston have a chance of beating Hamilton at evens with Marathonbet and Aberdeen are 6-5 to edge out St Johnstone in Perth.
In the Championship Ayr are bidding to recover from a 5-0 mauling at Queen of the South when Falkirk visit.
It's a tough start for new Bairns boss Ray McKinnon and I'm on the home at 23-20 with McBookie. Two weeks ago it was billed as a battle between Stephen Dobbie and Lawrence Shankland and it was the Queens striker who won but Shankland can bag the first goal here at 7-2 with McBookie.
Dobbie followed his four goals against Ayr with another in the 4-3 Irn-Bru Cup win against Crusaders to take his tally to 19.
In League One I like Arbroath at 4-7 with William Hill to beat Forfar while Montrose, who won at Dumbarton in the Irn-Bru Cup, are 11-4 with McBookie to repeat the result.
The top two in League Two, Edinburgh City and Annan, meet and you have fancy the home men at 6-5 with bet365. They have won five in a row including victories to nil at antepost favourites Peterhead and Clyde.
- Rangers to win to nil
- Motherwell v Hearts over 2.5 goals
- Naismith to score
- Hibs v Kilmarnock btts
- Queen of the South
- Dobbie to score first
- Edinburgh City