Rangers get the 2023/24 season underway this weekend when they head to Ayrshire to face Kilmarnock – and we have everything you need ahead of Kilmarnock vs Rangers.
Michael Beale’s side will be eager to pick up three points on their first outing as they look to bring to Scottish Premiership title back to Ibrox.
With a Champions League qualifier against Swiss side Servette in midweek, the Gers face a big week as Beale aims to bed in nine summer signings.
The Light Blues have won the last six meetings between the two sides, with Kilmarnock’s last triumph coming in a 2-1 win at Rugby Park in February 2020.
Kilmarnock boss Derek McInnes has been busy over the summer, adding a raft of new signings to his squad and the ex-Rangers midfielder will be hoping his new players can catch Beale’s revamped Rangers cold on the opening day of the season.
When is Kilmarnock vs Rangers?
Kilmarnock will take on Rangers tomorrow – Saturday, August 5.
The Scottish Premiership clash will kick off at 5.15 pm and will be played at Killie’s Rugby Park.
Is Kilmarnock vs Rangers on TV and will I be able to live stream it?
Sky Sports will show the match live in the UK and it will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
Coverage begins at 5 pm – 15 minutes before kick-off – with the broadcaster’s new punditry partnership of Kris Boyd and Chris Sutton likely to make their maiden appearance.
Sky customers will also be able to live stream the match via the SkyGo app.
Rangers Team news
Gers boss Michael Beale has confirmed that Fashion Sakala, Ridvan Yilmaz, and Ben Davies are all missing for the trip to Ayrshire while Connor Goldson and new signing Jose Cifuentes are available for selection.
Glen Kamara will almost certainly sit out the game too as speculation over his Ibrox future continues, although Scott Wright could find himself involved despite ongoing talks over a move to Turkey.
Who is the referee for Kilmarnock vs Rangers
Willie Collum will take charge of Kilmarnock vs Rangers with Dougie Potter and Craig Ferguson running the lines.
Referee: Willie Collum
AR1: Dougie Potter
AR2: Craig Ferguson
Fourth Official: Scott Lambie
VAR: Andrew Dallas
AVAR: Gary Hilland