That the Ibrox club will win the Irn-Bru Third Division this season, and by a comfortable margin, has not been in doubt for some considerable time.
Furthermore, they are no longer involved in any of the three cup competitions – the Ramsdens Cup, the Scottish Communities League Cup and the William Hill Scottish Cup – they entered into.
Nevertheless, followers of the Glasgow giants will be captivated in the remaining weeks of the 2012/13 campaign – thanks to a side show that is set to be played out.
The race to finish top Rangers scorer is currently neck and neck between young pretender Andy Little and club captain Lee McCulloch.
Little has edged ahead in recent weeks while McCulloch was sidelined with a foot problem and the Northern Irishman has taken his personal haul to 24 with a brace at the weekend.
Remarkably, the 23-year-old has now scored 11 times in his last nine games.
Yet McCulloch returned after his seven-week injury lay-off against East Stirlingshire last Saturday and netted once to take his own tally to 23 goals.
With nine games remaining, it is just too close to call who will finish this term as the club's leading marksman.
Gus MacPherson, the ex-Gers apprentice, Kilmarnock player and St Mirren manager, has seen both men extensively this season in his remit as a pundit with Radio Clyde.
He believes that, despite bagging fewer goals, McCulloch will have a slight edge over Little in the remaining weeks of the season.
He said: "Both Andy and Lee's goalscoring records speak for themselves. Their returns this season have been very impressive. Both men have great qualities and attributes.
"But I think Lee is, at this moment, slightly better in and around the penalty box and that is where you score the majority of your goals playing for Rangers.
"With the type of striker he is, and the level he is playing at, he is going to score his fair share.
"Plus, he was picked ahead of Andy in the lone striker role at the weekend.
"I am sure there will have been a bit of banter between the two of them about finishing top scorer, but, for me, I think Lee may have an advantage over Andy."
Not that MacPherson believes on-form Little will not plunder his fair share of goals for Rangers home and away between now and May.
He was at Shielfield Park last month when the versatile player netted what must surely be a strong contender for goal of the season against Berwick Rangers.
And he believes the Murray Park graduate will continue to flourish and push his older and more experienced team-mate for the leading goalscorer's mantle.
"Andy has scored all types of goals this season," reflected MacPherson. "The one down in Berwick, though, was top quality. If it had been scored in England or in the SPL people would have been raving about it for weeks.
"Technically, it was very, very good. It was a good ball in from the left wing by Lee Wallace. But he didn't just lash at it. He controlled his volley to perfection.
"That comes from confidence. He will believe he can score in every game now. He will certainly get the chance to score playing for Rangers."
He continued: "I look at Andy and see a powerful player with great athleticism. He deserves enormous credit for coming back from a serious hip injury early in his career.
"The level Rangers are playing at this season has given Andy an opportunity to play regularly and grow in confidence. You must remember he was already an international player with Northern Ireland.
"A lot of people question who in the current group is capable of going the full journey back to the top flight. There is no doubt in my mind Andy Little is capable of that.
"He has blossomed but I think there is still room for improvement in his game."
MacPherson feels that Little, along with all the young players in the Rangers squad, have benefited enormously from the presence of McCulloch in the bottom tier during a difficult season.
"Lee is an experienced guy," he said. "He has been there, seen it, done it and got the T-shirt in the game.
"His experience has been invaluable at Rangers this season and will be in the next couple of years. Not just in games either, in training and around the club.
"When Lee was injured you could see his steadying influence was missing. Regardless of whether he plays up front, in midfield or in defence, he makes his presence felt.
"He understands the intensity of playing at Rangers and will have educated the other players about it. I am not sure the younger lads will have appreciated quite how much you are in the spotlight.
"It will have been an eye-opening season and I know Lee will have helped them with that. He is a very, very valuable asset for Rangers on and off the park."