Rangers return to Scottish Premiership action this afternoon as they look to pick up their first points of the season against Livingston.
The Light Blues had a horror start to the campaign last weekend, slipping to defeat at Kilmarnock, and Gers boss Michael Beale can’t afford a repeat of the shambolic display in Ayrshire.
A midweek win over Swiss side Servette in Champions League qualifying lifted the mood a little as the new season spluttered into life.
With the first domestic home game of the season this afternoon against a stuffy Livingston side that picked up a point against Aberdeen last weekend, Rangers need to come blazing out of the traps today.
A trip to Switzerland for the return leg against Servette quickly follows for Beale’s side so the Light Blues boss will be keen to continue to build momentum early in the season.
When is Rangers v Livingston?
Rangers welcome David Martindale’s Livingston to Ibrox today, Saturday August 12th.
The Scottish Premiership clash will kick off at 3pm.
Is Rangers v Livingston on TV and will I be able to live stream it?
The game is not on TV and fans in the UK will be unable to watch a live stream – however, international fans will be able to watch live on RangersTV.
Rangers Team news
Michael Beale is still without Ridvan Yilmaz and Ben Davies through injury while Glen Kamara remains sidelined.
Jose Cifuentes is expected to make his first start for Rangers after making his debut in the midweek win v Servette.
Who is the referee for Kilmarnock vs Rangers
Don Roberton will take charge of Rangers v Livi with Ross Macleod and Steven Traynor running the lines.
Referee: Don Robertson
AR1: Ross Macleod
AR2: Steven Traynor
Fourth Official: Calum Scott
VAR: Steven McLean
AVAR: John McCrossan