Livingston have struggled so far this season, having won just two out of their opening 12 matches this season which has left the club in the relegation zone.
The Lions struggled defensively, conceding 19 times already, while at the other end of the field, they have only managed to score nine goals, which is the second-worst attacking output in the division.
David Martindale was once again unable to manage his team to find the back of the net during their last outing as they were beaten 1-0 by Dundee.
That is something that Livingston will be aiming to try and change, especially after three matches in a row without managing to score.
With the Lions having lost four games on the bounce heading into this match there is a lack of confidence in the squad at the moment, but a shock result against the Gers could change that.
Meanwhile, belief and momentum is flowing for the visitors as they are unbeaten since Philippe Clement took charge of the club, a run which continued in midweek.Rangers were
able to defeat Sparta Prague following goals from Danilo and Todd Cantwell, with the attacking side of the team having no problems flexing their muscles as of late.
The Gers have scored 24 goals in the Scottish Premiership this season, but they have not let that come at the expense of their defensive performances.
In fact, Rangers have only conceded a single goal on the road to this point in the league, showcasing the qualities that they have at the back as well.
Clement’s men still have a lot of work to do should they want to claim the title at the end of the season as they trail Celtic by eight points, meaning there is no margin for error right now.