Is Hearts vs Rangers on TV? Channel, live stream and PPV details for Tynecastle clash

Hearts face Rangers at Tynecastle
Hearts face Rangers at Tynecastle -Credit:SNS Group

Rangers fans heading to Tynecastle this weekend would've been dreaming of a title party.

Instead, it's another dead rubber after Celtic wrapped up the title in style on Wednesday night by thrashing Kilmarnock 5-0 at Rugby Park. Just a matter of weeks ago, Philippe Clement's side were in the driving seat for just a second title in 13 years after the Belgian overturned a seven-point gap. But dismal results away to Ross County and Dundee blew their title hopes up in smoke - much to the fury of the Ibrox support who have been deprived of success over the last decade.

Gers can still sign off the 2023/24 season with a Double as they face Celtic in next week's Scottish Cup Final at Hampden. And they'll aim to build momentum by recording their SIXTH win of the season over Hearts. The Jambos have re-established themselves as Scotland's third-force and Steven Naismith's side have guaranteed European football to look forward to next season. Hearts haven't beaten Rangers since February 2020, though, and they'll be desperate to set that record straight as the curtain closes on the Premiership campaign. Here, Football Scotland tells you all you need to know on the final day of the league season.

When is Hearts vs Rangers?

Hearts host Rangers in Gorgie TODAY, May 18. Kick-off is at 12:30pm.

Is Hearts vs Rangers on TV and can I live stream it?

Unfortunately, the game hasn't been selected by Sky Sports for live broadcast. As things stand, there is no option to purchase a pay-per-view pass on Hearts TV. Fans will be able to watch highlights of the Premiership meeting on BBC Sportscene from 7:15pm.

For supporters overseas, subscribers of Hearts TV and Rangers TV can watch the game live.

Ref and VAR

Don Robertson will be the man in the middle at Tynecastle. He'll be assisted by Graeme Stewart and Dougie Potter. Graham Grainger has been named as the fourth official. David Dickinson is on VAR duties alongside assistant Sean Carr.

Team news

Hearts XI: Clark, Kent, Kingsley, Baningime, Shankland, Oda, Devlin, Rowles, McKay, Cochrane, Vargas

Subs: Gordon, Grant, Boyce, Denholm, Tait, Fraser, Tagawa, Wilson, Lembikisa

Rangers XI: Butland, Tavernier, King, Davies, Fraser, Raskin, Diomande, Cantwell, McCausland, Wright, Dessers

Subs: McCrorie, Ridvan, Silva, Jack, Sima, Dowell, Sterling, Yfeko, McKinnon