It won’t be long before Rangers host Premiership holders Celtic at the Ibrox as the two sides meet for the sixth and final time of the season.
In their bid to break that record, they will be backed by a fully partisan home crowd, with no away fans allowed.
The same scenario happened at Celtic Park last month an agreement between the clubs about away contingents.
How this result turns out can only be guessed at if you ignore the audience and title factors.
When does Rangers vs Celtic start?
- TODAY, Rangers host Celtic in a home-only Ibrox. Saturday May 13th.
- The game starts at 12:30 p.m.
- It takes place at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow and only home fans are allowed in.
- referee is Steven McLean with Greg Aitken on VAR
What TV channel is Rangers vs Celtic on and can I stream it live?
- Rangers v Celtic takes place in the Sky Sports main event and Sky Sports football.
- That means it can be streamed live via SkyGo or NowTV.
- Both channels start broadcasting at 11:30 a.m.
- Highlights will also be available on BBC sports scene at 19:30 on BBC Scotland and available on iPlayer.
Robby McCrorie retains the goalkeeper position with Ben Davies absent.
But Alfredo Morelos could have a role in what is likely to be his last Old Firm game at all.
Ange Postecoglou could also bring about the changes after his team won the title Cameron Carter-Vickers and Alistair Johnston are definitely absent – and Kyogo Furuhashi is also doubtful going into the game.