Hearts travel to pace-setting Rangers on Saturday with both teams fresh from weekend wins in the cinch Premiership, Rangers collecting full points from a 3-0 road win at St Johnstone while Hearts eventually overcame dogged Motherwell 2-0 at Tynecastle.

Rangers now slip into top spot in the cinch Premiership with 64 points from 26 starts. They have won their last five and have logged 56 goals and let in 13.

Hearts have 51 points from their 26 starts and sit in third position. They have scored 35 league goals and conceded 22 and they have also won their last five.

So far, the Jambos have recorded 12 away wins this season, the most recorded in a top-flight season since 1991/92 when Joe Jordan’s men accumulated 17 road wins on their way to second place in the table. Can they make it 13 on Saturday at Ibrox (kick-off 15.00)?

We look back at the Motherwell match through the lens of photographer David Mollison.

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