Is Rangers vs Kilmarnock on TV? Live stream, channel, highlights and team news

Rangers host Kilmarnock at Ibrox
Rangers host Kilmarnock at Ibrox -Credit:PA

Rangers must beat Kilmarnock this weekend or the Premiership is as good as over.

Philippe Clement knows his side are in do-or-die territory right now after Celtic established themselves a six point lead over their rivals with a barnstorming 3-0 victory over Hearts at Parkhead. Gers do have this game against Derek McInnes' Killie in hand to pull it back to within three points, but it's vitally important that they come away with the win to ensure they keep the foot on the pedal at the summit.

Killie have beaten the Light Blues already this season and have themselves secured European football for next term already. But that'll likely be motivation for McInnes and his players to show their mettle against Gers once again to prove they deserve to be there.

But is the game on TV? Who's the referee? Football Scotland has you covered.

When and where is Rangers vs Kilmarnock?

Rangers host Killie at Ibrox TODAY, Sunday May 5. Kick-off is at 1pm.

Is Rangers vs Kilmarnock on TV?

It sure is. Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football and Ultra HD. Subscribers can also live stream the game through the SkyGo app. Alternatively, you can purchase a pay-per-view pass on NowTV which gives you full access to Sky Sports for 24 hours. NowTV's day memberships costs £11.99 and is a one-off fee.

Who is the referee?

David Dickinson is the man in charge and he'll be assisted by Calum Spence and Alan Mulvanny. Grant Irvine will be the fourth official.

On VAR is Steven Kirkland and his assistant Andrew McWilliam.

Team news

Rangers XI: Butland, Tavernier, Balogun, Souttar, Barisic, Lundstram, Diomande, Cantwell, Sterling, Silva, Dessers.

Subs: McCrorie, Ridvan, Lawrence, Dowell, Wright, Roofe, Davies, Raskin, McCausland.

Kilmarnock XI: Dennis, Mayo, Wright, Findlay, Ndaba, Armstrong, Donnelly, Polworth, Kennedy, Watkins, Vassell.

Subs: O'Hara, Deas, McKenzie, Lyons, Watson, Murray, Cameron, Mackay-Steven, Van Veen.