Celtic vs Rangers kick-off time, TV and live stream details

The first Old Firm game of the season kicks off on Saturday when Rangers make the short journey across Glasgow to face bitter rivals Celtic.

Steven Gerrard’s Rangers side go into the match at the top of the Scottish Premiership table, one point ahead of Celtic who have played a game less.

The champions – who have lifted the last nine league titles north of the border – have won their last seven games, and victory on Saturday will put them top of the table once again.

Both teams have players neat the top of the goalscoring charts, with Rangers' James Tavernier and Celtic’s Albian Ajeti both on five goals.

They’re supported by Ryan Kent and Odsonne Edouard on four goals for Rangers and Celtic respectively.

What time is Celtic vs Rangers?

Scottish football’s showpiece fixture is the first one to kick-off on Saturday at 12.30pm.

The match starts at the same time as the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool and Goodison Park.

Other big games being played on Saturday include Manchester City vs Arsenal at 5.30pm and Newcastle vs Manchester United at 8pm.

Celtic vs Rangers TV channel and live stream

Anyone unable to watch the BT Sport -broadcast Merseyside derby at 12.30pm on Saturday can instead tune in for Celtic vs Rangers.

Coverage is on Sky Sports from 11.30am with the matching being shown on the Main Event and Football channels.

Anyone who pays for Sky Sports can stream the game through the Sky Go or Now TV apps.

Celtic vs Rangers odds

The first Old Firm clash of the season is a proper pick 'em derby between the only two unbeaten sides north of the border.

Celtic, the home side, are 6/4 favourites, but only narrowly, with leaders Rangers 17/10.

And Rangers are the team who has displayed the greater poise and assurance this season, despite dropping points in two draws to Celtic's one.

Gers winger Ryan Kent scored in the last Old Firm derby and is in good form this season with four goals in 10 games.

He is an 11/4 any time scorer while penalty prize guy James Tavernier has scored in seven of his last eight appearances now and is a very appealing 16/5 anytime scorer,17/2 first goalscorer.

With so much stake, and both teams desperate not to lose, the draw at 12/5 might be the best punt of all.

Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.

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