it's a big weekend for Queen of the South. They host Rangers at Palmerston Park on Sunday.
The two sides are tied on points with both having three wins from their first three league games so far this season.
The Glasgow giants may have fallen on hard times in recent years but a visit from one of the biggest teams in Scottish football, particularly with the chance to go top at stake makes this a huge occasion for the Doonhamers
Queen of the South have been knocked out of the Scottish League Cup at the second round stage by Morton. They were the favourites, but lost 1-0 at home after a goal from Ross Forbes.
Berwick Rangers lost 4-1 at Scottish Premier League side Kilmarnock.
There's league cup action north of the Border as Berwick Rangers travel to Kilmarnock while Queen of the South, who are undefeated so far this season take on Morton.
The Doonhamers are joint top of the Scottish Championship with Rangers while newly promoted Morton are struggling, but James Fowler says he won't be taking the visitors lightly.
Former Rangers midfielder Kyle Hutton and former Kilmarnock and Hibernian striker Paul Heffernan, who finished last season with Dundee, have this morning both signed with Queen of the South football club
Their contracts will take them through to January.
Kyle will take the squad number 16 and Paul will have number 18.
The duo join the club ahead of the Doonhamers' trip to Livingston in the Scottish Championship on Saturday.
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Queen of the South have been knocked out of the Scottish Championship play-offs at the hands of Rangers.
Trailing 2-1 from the first-leg at Palmerston Park, the Doonhamers took a surprise lead in the return tie at Ibrox through Derek Lyle in the second-half.
But the Glasgow giants hit back on the hour mark through Lee Wallace, giving them a 3-2 aggregate win.
They threw everything at it but couldnt get the break and that second goal. So its Rangers who progress to meet Hibs