Gardner Spiers, who claimed the Third Division Irn-Bru Manager of the Month award, has taken Queen's Park to the top of the league and will fancy that they can give a stuttering Rangers a run for their money.
However, a victory for Ally McCoist's side would enable them to go to the front of the pack. Incredibly, the game is on course to provide one of the biggest attendances in Britain.
An attendance of 49,118 for a fourth tier league game packed in to see East Stirlingshire beaten 5-1 on August 18 this season.
There were also 46,015 people at the home win by the same scoreline against Elgin and another 45,081 attended Rangers' 4-1 win over Montrose.
Such figures have helped the Ibrox side record the 16th highest average attendance for league fixtures in Europe.
Given the nature of this season and the level of opposition, it is remarkable that fans have continued to turn out in support of the troubled club, something they had vowed to do in the face of events this summer that saw them begin life in the Third Division.
Tickets are still on sale with adult prices from £16, concessions from £12 and kids tickets are just £5.
Booking fees apply and hospitality packages are also available.