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Rangers vs. Dundee: How to watch, TV guide, live streaming, tickets and team news

This weekend brings on of the biggest games of the season as Rangers look to get past Dundee in the Scottish Cup quarter-final. Here's how to watch...;

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Pre-match shoot

A quite exceptional effort from Gary 'fat fives player' Harkins, who gave it some standard 'new club' patter. This was then confidently backed up by one-horse SPFL apologists insisting that Dundee were a very good team and would prevail, assurances we'd swat them aside like an errant midge, and now Rangers releasing a statement basically saying "Yes Gary Harkins is a dobber but don't waste a banning order on the likes of him." With Celtic almost assured of progress having Morton at home, the very real possibility of a final Old Firm clash before normal business resumes next season is on the horizon.

Kick-off time

12:30 p.m. BST, 8:30 am ET


Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow


7°C, light cloud

TV schedule

If you're in the UK or Ireland, you can catch proceedings live on Sky Sports 2 or HD.

Live streaming

If you're in the UK or Ireland, you'll have to resort to Sky Go, but if you're fortunate enough to be based elsewhere, you can of course get the game live on Rangers TV, where Bomber Brown will be doing the co-commentary.


You'll be able to pay on the gate for this one, so hopefully we'll see a near-enough packed Ibrox to see us progress.

Team news

Only Martyn Waghorn and (presumably) David Templeton are unavailable through injury, while of course Michael O'Halloran and Billy King are cup-tied.