It’s not often that Rangers go two SPL games without a goal, but a 0-0 home draw with St Johnstone was followed by a shock 1-0 defeat at Kilmarnock last Sunday.
Those results have let Celtic back into the title picture and Gers boss Ally McCoist will be determined to avoid an unwanted hat-trick as Dunfermline make the trip to Ibrox on Saturday.
The hosts are 7/50 to get back on track with a victory, with very safe odds of 3/100 for them to get their first league goal since the opening weekend of November.
If Rangers do grab a goal on Saturday, then expect that to be followed by a few more – they have scored 11 in their past two meetings with the Pars.
Odds of 6/5 for over 3.5 goals to be scored in the match or 11/4 for over 4.5 goals both look like punts with a solid chance of being successful.
Dunfermline, meanwhile, are still picking up points and although their defence has been leaking goals, up the other end they have scored in their last six matches.
A shock away win is priced at 17/1, but a better bet could be on Dunfermline to simply score in the match, at odds of 27/20.
If Rangers do grab a goal on Saturday, then expect that to be followed by a few more – they have scored 11 in their past two meetings with the Pars. Odds of 6/5 for over 3.5 goals to be scored or 11/4 for over 4.5 goals both look like solid punts.
The last time they took a point away from Ibrox was back in 1998, with a 1-1 draw. Odds of a draw are 23/4 this weekend, with a 1-1 scoreline at 23/2.
Dunfermline have travelled to Glasgow twice already in the last two weeks to play St Mirren and then Celtic.
Both those games ended in 2-1 losses and a bet on them to lose 2-1 in Glasgow for the third time in a fortnight is given odds of 19/2.
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