Rangers vs Celtic LIVE: Stream, TV channel, teams, kick-off time – Old Firm derby latest updates from Ibrox

RANGERS and Celtic battle it once again in the final Old Firm showdown of the season.

The Light Blues are yet to taste defeat against the Hoops this term, picking up three wins and one draw from four clashes.

Steven Gerrard and Co's last win over Celtic came just two weeks ago in a 2-0 Scottish Cup victory – but the newly crowned champions have since been knocked out the competition after being stunned by St Johnstone.

Celtic interim manager John Kennedy will be desperate for his men to get one over the Ibrox side and bring an end to their hopes of an Invincibles league campaign with just three games of the season left.

  • Rangers vs Celtic kicks off at 12pm UK time.
  • Rangers vs Celtic is live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
  • You can stream the game live via the Sky Go app.
  • If you don't have Sky, you can purchase a Now TV Sports Pass to stream the game live for £9.98
  • Rangers XI: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Simpson, Barisic, Davis, Kamara, Aribo, Roofe, Kent, Morelos
  • Celtic XI: Bain, Kenny, Welsh, Ajer, Taylor, Brown, McGregor, Forrest, Turnbull, Elyounoussi, Edouard
  • Craig Mahood

    BANNER TIME

    A new, lengthy banner has been unveiled at Ibrox, spanning the length of the Sandy Jardine Stand.

  • Craig Mahood

    CELTIC FORM: DLWWDD

    Aberdeen 1 Celtic 1 – Wednesday, 21 April

    Rangers 2 Celtic 0 – Sunday, 18 April

    Celtic 6 Livingston 0 – Saturday, 10 April

    Celtic 3 Falkirk 0 – Saturday, 3 April

    Celtic 1 Rangers 1 – Sunday, 21 March

    Dundee United 0 Celtic 0 – Sunday, 7 March

  • Craig Mahood

    RANGERS FORM: DDWWWD

    Rangers 1 St Johnstone 1 (Scottish Cup – Saints win 4-2 on pens) – Sunday, 25 April

    St Johnstone 1 Rangers 1 – Wednesday, 21 April

    Rangers 2 Celtic 0 – Sunday, 18 April

    Rangers 2 Hibernian 1 – Sunday, 11 April

    Rangers 4 Cove Rangers 0 – Sunday, 4 April

    Celtic 1 Rangers 1 – Sunday, 21 March

  • Craig Mahood

    SEASON DOMINANCE

    Last weekend's defeat to St Johnstone in the cup meant it will be just the one trophy for Steven Gerrard and Rangers.

    But their dominance in this fixture this season is clear.

    This would be the first time that Celtic haven't beaten Rangers in the league since the 1999/00 season – where they also won the title.

  • Craig Mahood

    WARM-UPS

    The sides are being put through their paces on a sun-drenched Ibrox pitch.

    Just under half an hour until kick-off.

     

  • Craig Mahood

    WELSH DETERMINED

    One of the few shining lights in Celtic's season has been the introduction of Stephen Welsh at the back.

    The big defender says his side have performed well against today's opponents but just haven't managed to get a win.

    I think the main thing is to go and win the game and put a much better performance in. I think we have been good against Rangers this season but the results haven’t gone our way. So we will look to put that right today.

    Stephen WelshSky

  • Craig Mahood

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  • Craig Mahood

    RECORD AT IBROX

    Rangers edge the previous meetings held at their own place in the previous 160 games between the two

    Rangers wins – 78

    Draws – 42

    Celtic wins – 40

  • Craig Mahood

    FANS SEND OFF

    Speaking of Brown, fan group Bhoys Celtic gave the Hoops legend a departing gift, thanking him for his service at Parkhead.

    The group unveiled a banner at the club's training ground yesterday morning too.

    Scott Brown
  • Craig Mahood

    BROWN FINALE

    This is Scott Brown's 45th and final Old Firm appearance before his summer move to Aberdeen.

    He'll look to leave a mark on this one!

    Celtic captain Scott Brown
  • Craig Mahood

    DAVIS PREVIEWS

    Rangers veteran Steven Davis says no Old Firm game in meaning and says the side are 'desperate' to get a result.

    We know every Old Firm game means a lot to everyone. It is hard to envisage how every one of these games will go and what they will throw up. So we just need to be ready and stamp our authority on the game. I think both sides will have motivation in the game and we’ll be desperate to get a result.

    Steven DavisSky sports

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