Barry Ferguson believes that Rangers will drop no points over the course of their next seven matches.
The Gers are currently two points behind league leaders Celtic with a game in hand over their bitter rivals, making for one of the tightest title races in several years.
And Ferguson is predicting that his former side will keep up the pressure on the Hoops by winning all of their next seven matches.
He also believes that Celtic will match that feat.
Writing in a column for the Daily Record, he said: “That means I’m taking Rangers to take 21 points from 21.
“When I made a similar prediction at the start of November I got stick from Davie from Dennistoun and Sean from Shettleston because Rangers did end up dropping two points at Pittodrie.
“But it was the only two points they dropped out of 24. And I expect them to be even more ruthless now that the finishing line is coming into sight.”
Can Rangers go unbeaten over their next seven matches?
Honestly, why not?
If you look at that run of fixtures, nobody looks particularly concerning.
St. Mirren, Hearts, Ross County, Aberdeen, Hibernian, Kilmarnock, and Livingstone are all teams that you would expect the Gers to beat, especially when they’re in the kind of form they are at the moment.
Of course, Ferguson is predicting that Celtic will win all of their next matches too, and you would have to say that if the Gers are to win the title this season, they cannot afford to be dropping points in matches like these.