It was just 13 months ago St Johnstone went to Ibrox and knocked Rangers out of the League Cup, winning 3-1.
A superb performance by Michael O’Halloran, which included a goal, did much to get him a move to the Ibrox club in the January transfer window.
Saints other goals that night came from Simon Lappin and Murray Davidson.
Davidson is the only one still at the club and he is in their squad for tonight’s league game at Ibrox.
Saints go there looking for more of the same and are boosted by their 2-1 home success over Dundee, knowing they also have a good record on the road this season.
Manager Tommy Wright said: “We are in good form, we are fourth in the league, and go into tonight’s game with confidence.
“We have only conceded 10 goals in the league so far this season, with four of them being against Celtic.
“The fact we won there last year has no bearing on this game. It is going to be a tough fixture for us and, hopefully, for them, too.”
Liam Craig played a major part in Saints’ victory over Dundee and hopes he can do so again tonight.
He said: “Our away form is good and we’ll be positive.
“Steven Anderson set us on our way against Dundee with a goal from my free-kick and he proved again what a vital player he is. He wins a lot in both boxes.
“Tonight’s game will be like any other in that we have to take our chances.”