Rangers suffered a set back in their bid to move closer to Celtic at the top of the table, as they suffer defeat against Kilmarnock during the midweek fixture. Steven Gerrard's men know what is as stake, and they are prepared to go all out against their opponents who has failed to keep any clean sheets in their travels.
The match against Livingston presents the ideal situation for Rangers to close the gap, as Celtic travel away to a tough Aberdeen.
Rangers’ 2-1 defeat during the week to Kilmarnock could prove to be a pivotal moment in the title race, as the Gers are now 10 points behind leaders Celtic and need to win here to keep the pressure on the reigning champions.
Steven Gerrard’s impressive home record remains so, with Rangers winning nine of their last 10 games at Ibrox, as well as seeing out a goalless draw with Aberdeen.
The hosts have remained ruthless in front of goal at home, netting 2.67 times on average, although they haven’t scored more than two goals in a game since thrashing Hearts 5-0 at the start of December.
The Gers have also kept a clean sheet in seven of their 12 home games this season, and it will be very difficult for Livingston to break the rear guard down.
Rangers possess more quality and they are most likely to see out the visitors over the weekend and probably close the gap between them and league leaders Cleric.