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Rangers vs Cowdenbeath, Scottish Cup: Team news, tickets, streaming, TV

Rangers take on Cowdenbeath at Ibrox on Sunday in the Scottish Cup fourth round. Here's everything you need to know about team news, streaming, tickets and more.

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It's Scottish Cup time again, with Rangers given what should be an easy passage against Cowdenbeath. We might be at home to a League One side, although the opposition have been in reasonable form despite languishing in seventh place in League One.

Almost everybody's fit, and we might get to see something of Harry Forrester, or hopefully the likes of Ryan Hardie and Jordan Thompson. Mostly we'll just be looking to get through to the next round with a minimum of problems - the draw afterwards is on Monday, at 6:15pm and will be live on Sky Sports News.

Pre-match shoot: Most of Mark Warburton's press conference was devoted to signings, although there was some standard spiel about it being a tough test. Donald Findlay QC himself, now of course at Cowdenbeath, has been in the press talking up his team's form and how much they're up for it. It's also time for the Loving Cup ceremony, being the first home game of the new year.

Team news; Almost everybody is fit, with the perennial exceptions of Cammy Bell and David Templeton. New signing Harry Forrester should have his international clearance now and be ready to take part if selected.

Kickoff: 1pm, Sunday 10th January, BST, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow

Tickets: Tickets are still available, and you can pay at the gate for a seat in the Copland Rear. Tickets are £13 for adults, £8 for concessions and £5 for juniors.

TV and streaming: Sky Sports 1. Unfortunately this one's not on the BBC, but if you're outside the UK and Ireland you'll be able to stream it on Rangers TV for £5.99.