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Rangers vs Celtic, Scottish Cup semi-final 2016: Where to watch on TV, live streaming

Rangers and Celtic will contest the final Old Firm derby from separate leagues on Sunday. Here's your handy guide to where to watch the greatest show on earth.

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Pre-match shoot: Well, it's the Old Firm, obviously. Sevco, new club, just promoted, Deila out, and the usual stuff we won't print here. The game is largely meaningless but will be a good way to get our eye in for next season and test the water, and... it's Celtic.

We'll have the handy excuse of having four of our forwards out of action, but other than that we should be in decent shape. If we're not quite fancying us very strongly, we've at least got the tools to make a right good go of it. And as always, we've got the battle fever on.

Kick-off time

12 noon BST, 7am ET


Hampden Park, Glasgow


Cloudy, 9°C

TV Schedule

Sky Sports 2/HD have the rights for the United Kingdom and Ireland, with BBC Radio 5 Live having it on the wireless. Bears in Australia can catch it on beIN Sports Australia, and you can also watch in Norway (TV2 Sport) and Poland and most of the Balkans (Sportklub 3.) Other than that, you'll have to opt to stream the match.


Rangers TV has you covered if you're outside the UK and Ireland. If you don't have a subscription, you can get the match for £5.99/$9.50.