Philippe Clement insists Rangers' second-half fightback at Kilmarnock was 'massive' in the context of the title race.

Well, with ten games to go in the Premiership, it could be argued that every single game is now of the same magnitude. 

Rangers came through one of the toughest tests Scotland has to offer with a 2-1 win at Rugby Park this week, with James Tavernier and Tom Lawrence scoring.

It's now a return to home soil this weekend, with Motherwell facing the league leaders.

Here is everything you need to know about this one...

When is Rangers vs Motherwell?

Rangers will take on Motherwell TODAY on Saturday, March 2.

The game will kick off at 3pm.

It will be played at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow.

Is Rangers vs Motherwell on TV and can I live stream it?

No, unfortunately, this game will not be broadcasted live on television. 

Sky Sports have not selected this game as one of their TV choices for Scottish football.

International subscribers to Rangers TV will be able to live stream the match as normal, with those inside the UK & Ireland allowed access to radio commentary only.

There is no option to buy a PPV pass for this game.

Team news

For the hosts, Oscar Cortes could be a concern after he hobbled off in the midweek win over Kilmarnock. The Colombian was seen holding his hamstring as he made his way off the field.

Kemar Roofe will come back into contention though, after he missed the game at Rugby Park due to worries over his capabilities to handle the artificial pitch.

Todd Cantwell, Danilo, Kieran Dowell and Abdallah Sima remain longer-term absentees.

For Stuart Kettlewell's side, Harry Paton is likely to be out for the season after sustaining a serious ankle injury. He joins fellow midfielder Callum Slattery in being ruled out long-term.

Andy Halliday has a calf issue but has made the bench, while Barry Maguire is struggling with his chest. Celtic loanee Adam Montgomery is out too.