Rangers will be looking to continue their current form under Philippe Clement when they head to the City of Discovery to take on Dundee this week.

The Light Blues are fresh off an impressive comeback victory over Hearts last weekend as they gained two points on Celtic after they drew 0-0 with Hibernian.

New boss Clement will is beginning to make his stamp at Ibrox and he will be hoping that will continue when his team face off against Tony Docherty's Dundee, who themselves are in impressive form.

Here is everything you need to know about the game...

When is Dundee vs Rangers?

Dundee welcome Rangers to Dens Park tonight, on Wednesday, November 1.

The match was scheduled to kick-off at 7:45pm, but traffic congestion into Dundee means the game has been pushed back.

The fixture will now get underway at 8:30pm.

Is Dundee vs Rangers on TV?

The match will not be shown live on Sky Sports, but fans can purchase a PPV stream of the contest through Dundee.

The stream will cost fans £14.99 and can be purchased here.

What's been said ahead of the match?

Philippe Clement hailed his side's comeback victory over Hearts but he feels there is more to come from his team.

He said: “Was it perfect? No. But for me it is a reference game in the way that they have seen if they never give up a lot of good things can happen.

“It is not a guarantee that you win every game because not even the best teams in the world manage to do that but we are going to win much more games than we have done until now. It is a big step forward for me and in that way Tav was an example today.

“Missing the penalty, getting the stick because of that, that moment you can lose confidence, you can go down, you can stop taking responsibility.

“But he took the second penalty, he scored it and afterwards he gave the assist for the second goal.

“I want to see a lot of players with that mentality in my dressing room.”