Around 4,000 seats remained available at lunchtime on Wednesday for the original Glasgow derby with the Spiders, who currently top the Third Division table.
That means Gers fans are on course to ensure the stadium has one of the highest attendances of the season so far three days from now.
Sandy Jardine and former goalkeeper Bobby Brown, who played for both Gers and Queens, came together recently to promote this weekend’s fixture.
And fans are certainly rising to the challenge of ensuring one of the biggest crowds in British football can once again be found in Govan.
A world record figure of 49,118 for a fourth tier league game packed in to see East Stirlingshire beaten 5-1 on August 18.
There were also 46,015 people at the home win by the same scoreline against Elgin and another 45,081 attended the 4-1 triumph over Montrose.
Such figures have helped Gers record the 16th highest average attendance for league fixtures in Europe and it’s the highest in Scotland.
Now it seems as though the phenomenal backing supporters are giving the club is set to continue against the Hampden side.
Depending on results elsewhere this week, Gers could replace Queens at the summit if they beat their local rivals.
You could be there if you purchase your tickets now from the Rangers Ticket Centre, online here or by calling the hotline on 0871 702 1972.
Adult seats are priced from £16, concessions from £12 and kids tickets are just £5. Booking fees apply and hospitality packages are also available.
Calls from BT landlines cost 10ppm, mobile and other providers’ charges may vary. Kick-off is at 3pm.