MAYBE Graeme Murty should have asked to play every game away when he took on the Rangers caretaker job.
His chances of replacing Pedro Caixinha long term were ended by last Saturday's home defeat to Hamilton.
But as the club dither over their choice of manager he remains in the hotseat for tonight's trip to Dundee.
Murty won his first two games and should make it three out of four simply because Gers are on the road – and of course they face the side rooted to the foot after one point in six games.
Rangers have dropped just two points away from home and are a best 8-15 with McBookie.
They've netted 17 on their travels – the same as Celtic – and have scored in every half. To do so again they are 23-20 with McBookie.
Rangers' away games average four and all have gone over 2.5 goals. Gers and over 2.5 pays 6-5 at Ladbrokes.
Both teams have scored in two-thirds of Dundee home games and four-fifths of Gers' away outings and that pays 3-4 at bet365. Dundee's chances of netting are helped by the continued absence of experienced centre-half Bruno Alves.
Two-thirds of Rangers goals have been away from Ibrox and they average 2.8 goals on their travels. To score three or more – as they did in Murty's first match at Hearts – is a best 7-4 at McBookie.
Picking a first scorer isn't easy with Alfredo Moreles totally off the boil. Kenny Miller is an option at 5-1 with bet365 but I'll go with Daniel Candeias at a reasonable price of 11-1.
AJ Leitch-Smith is the Dees' most likely marksmen and he is 10-1 at bet365 to break the deadlock.
- Rangers to score both halves
- Rangers & over 2.5 goals