A Rangers team which has still to hit top gear this season visits Motherwell for Sunday's early kick-off.

The Premiership champions needed a late penalty to salvage a draw with Aberdeen on Wednesday night, with manager Steven Gerrard admitting his stars are suffering something of an identity crisis.

They could be off the top of the league for the first time in a year going into this one, with Celtic two points behind and in action on Saturday afternoon against Livingston.

Motherwell have a point to prove themselves, with Graham Alexander's side winless in their last four. They also failed to win on Tuesday night, managing only a 2-2 draw with St Mirren.

They've held Rangers to a draw in each of their last two meetings though, and this could be a pivotal match in the title race.

It’s all set to be a mouthwatering clash in Lanarkshire.

Here's everything all you need to know about the game...

When and where will the game take place?

The action gets under way at Fir Park on Saturday, October 31, with kick-off at noon.

What channel is it on?

The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main event.

Coverage begins at 11am.

Will there be a live stream?

The match will be available on Sky Go for existing subscribers.

Non subscribers can buy a Now TV Sports day pass for £9.99, or a monthly pass for £25 a month.

Where else can I follow the action?

You can keep up with all the action right here on dailyrecord.co.uk! We’ll be running a live blog with all the pre-match build-up and team news, and every kick of the ball once the clash gets underway.

After the game we’ll have all the reaction from managers and players, as well as player ratings, talking points and a whole lot more.