GLASGOW Rangers venture to the Kingdom of Fife on a precarious mission for three points today. Walter Smith's men take on newly-promoted Dunfermline at East End Park, the scene of various downfalls for the men from the west. The Pars are in confident mood and none more so than Allan Moore who can't wait to tackle Rangers. Moore said: 'We have been waiting for this for a few seasons and now we are out to show just what we can do. We are not afraid of any team and I am quite happy to be playing Rangers so early in the season. 'If we are going to do anything this season we have to beat Rangers at some point so it may as well be now.' Ally McCoist and his teammates may have other ideas although they are likely to be without inspirational midfielder Paul Gascoigne who has an Achilles tendon injury and has been ruled out of today's clash. Celtic play host to a Raith Rovers side devoid of the stars of their League Cup success of two years ago and although certain to put up a struggle, should prove no match for Tommy Burns' outfit. If Dutch hitman Pierre Van Hooydonk, German Andreas Thom and Italy's Paulo di Cannio are firing on all cylinders, Raith are in trouble. Motherwell entertain Aberdeen and will hoping to bounce back after their shock midweek penalty exit to Alloa in the League Cup at Fir Park. Alex McLeish's side has failed to find any rhythm, especially with the loss of Rab McKinnon and Paul Lambert through transfers to the continent. Roy Aitken's side, after a 2-2 draw with Celtic at Pittodrie last week, will be looking to take the points in their bid to seriously challenge the Old Firm. Hearts welcome Kilmarnock to Tynecastle in what should be a hard-fought draw while the fixture card is completed with Hibernian's visit to Dundee United.