Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers will be hoping to continue the form they enjoyed before the international break.
After a poor end to Pedro Caixinha's brief tenure at Ibrox, Rangers appear to have lifted some of the gloom in recent times with two wins on the spin heading into the international break.
They may still be looking for their next manager, but the two performances under caretaker boss Graeme Murty suggest that they could potentially be a match for anyone in the Scottish Premiership right now. With that in mind, here are HITC Sport's predictions for the Gers' next five results...
Rangers 3-1 Hamilton
Hamilton may have not lost any of their last three, but they have also only won one of their last 10 so Rangers should record a comfortable victory at Ibrox. Accies do seem to have a goal in them at the moment, so perhaps it will not be a flawless win for the Gers.
Dundee 0-2 Rangers
Rangers should make it four wins in a row when they travel to Dens Park. Dundee have lost their last five and currently sit bottom of the table. The defeats have often been fairly close in scoreline terms, so Rangers may have to work hard for another three points.
Rangers 2-1 Aberdeen
The question looking at this game now is what dugout will Derek McInnes be in with the Dons boss linked with the Ibrox post in recent times? You would imagine that the Gers' managerial situation will be a lot clearer by this point, and the Light Blues may well celebrate that fact by recording a massive win as they look to get themselves back up the table.
Aberdeen 1-1 Rangers
Aberdeen will end Rangers' winning run, but we expect the Gers to come out on top over the course of the back-to-back games. If the two results play out how we expect, the Gers will definitely be ahead of Aberdeen after the two fixtures.
Rangers 1-0 Ross County
A home game against Ross County will not be easy with the away side's form erratic going into the international break, but the Gers should make it six wins out of seven in one of their most impressive periods since their return to the Scottish Premiership. It will be interesting to see if they can live up to those expectations, and what kind of position that run would leave them in if they do manage it.