Celtic are riding high on the back of their maiden away Champions League group stage victory in Moscow on Tuesday, while Goram's former club struggled to get past ten-man Forres Mechanics in the Scottish Cup at the weekend, but the form book is often said to go out the window on Old Firm day and Goram feels Rangers would be able to raise their game should this fixture arise.
"I really would want to play Celtic," said Goram ahead of the draw, which will be conducted by another former Rangers and Scotland goalkeeper, Bobby Brown.
"I think it's time we had one. We're only quarter of the way into the season and everyone in the country is missing it.
"Even the most bitter Rangers and Celtic fans can't say they're not missing the Old Firm games, they're the best games in the world.
"I wouldn't fear for Rangers, because that game would take care of itself," added Goram, speaking at the launch of Kevin Twaddle's autobiography, Life on the Line.
"In fact I'd bet Rangers. Motherwell had a fantastic start to the season and fully deserved to be up at the top of the league. But they were favourites at Ibrox despite having not won there in a million years and I thought that was strange.
"Scottish football is a big adventure right now. Obviously the sponsors would want an Old Firm final, that would be unbelievable. But we'll see if there's a hot ball and cold ball!"
Rangers travel to play Stirling Albion on Saturday, and Goram feels it is about time they sorted out their poor away form.
"It was easier for us to play at Elland Road and Marseille than it is for them to play at Annan and Peterhead, a lot easier," he said. "It's hard work to get yourself going. But these boys are doing it every other week so they need to get it going pretty quickly."