Rangers goalkeeper Jak Alnwick stepped in for injured number one Wes Foderingham as the Gers took on Hearts.
The Gers won the game 2-1 and up next are bitter rivals Celtic.
Rangers lost 4-0 to Celtic in the Scottish Cup Semi-Final last week and they are keen to make amends.
Alnwick could feature against Celtic next week and he has vowed that Rangers will head into the match believing they can pull off an improbable victory.
He told Rangers' official website: "It is a massive game for us next weekend and it doesn’t matter whether it is a cup semi-final or a league game, it is Rangers v Celtic.
“We are going to go there and we are going to try and win the game. It is going to be tough but if we apply what we did today then we should be alright.”
Rangers have one draw against Celtic this season but they have lost three other matches against their rivals.
They are yet to beat Brendan Rodgers' side over the last two seasons, with three different managers attempting and failing.
If Celtic win then they will be champions, while Graeme Murty knows he needs a win to save his job.
After the semi-final loss, for Rangers, the stakes have never been higher.