The Palmerston men – bossed by Alan Johnston with Sandy Clark as his assistant – are top of the Second Division with an unbeaten record after five matches.
And they have claimed the scalp of Hibs this season by knocking them out of the League Cup to make the last 16 of the competition where they will face Dundee United.
The Rangers boss said: “We have got a massive game tomorrow. It doesn’t matter what competition it is we are looking to do well in it and win the competition.
“We are in the Ramsdens Cup and we will do our utmost to win it.
“We are playing a team who are doing very well. This could be our toughest game at home so far.
“Queen of the South have won all of their games apart from one draw at East Fife.
“It looked to me they had a well-deserved victory against Hibs in the League Cup. They won 2-0 and although Hibs could have scored Queen of the South could have scored more.
“They are a very direct team and they get the balls into the box from wider areas with people attacking crosses.
“They scored six against Arbroath and got another four at the weekend against Ayr United so they are in a good vein of form and will be difficult opposition for us.”
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