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Rangers v St Mirren live stream, pay per view details and kick off time

Rangers will serve up their first pay per view offering of the Scottish Premiership season when St Mirren visit Ibrox this afternoon.

Season ticket holders will have access to all home matches via the club’s official website, and despite the game not being on Sky Sports there is a way non-season ticket holders can tune in too.

Steven Gerrard’s side will be aiming to put down a marker against Jim Goodwin’s Buddies, and make it two wins out of two to start the league season.

Cedric Itten could make his Rangers debut although the match may come too soon for Kemar Roofe who hasn’t played much football of late.

The fate of Alfredo Morelos, and the extent to which he’ll be involved this afternoon, remains unclear.

So how do I watch?

Season ticket holders simply sign into their Rangers TV account on live.rangers.co.uk where they’ll be able to catch all the build up, the 90-minutes and post match reaction.

However just because you don’t have a season ticket doesn’t mean you can’t tune in.

A pay-per-view option has been made available by the club, with the match priced at £9.99. This has to be bought through Rangers TV.

When does the match kick-off?

Kick-off is at 3pm and coverage will start 45-minutes earlier.

Clive Tyldesley will be on commentary with the line-up including Emma Dodds, Neil McCann, Alex Rae and special guest Niko Katic.

How’s the squad shaping up?

Well, there are one or two injury concerns for Gerrard to contend with.

Allan McGregor is a doubt, and he’ll face a late fitness test before a decision is made on whether he’s able to play.

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Kemar Roofe isn’t quite ready, according to the Rangers manager, and might need a week or two extra in training before he’s up to speed.

Jermain Defoe, Ross McCrorie and long-term absentee Katic will also miss out, while Filip Helander and Steven Davis may be rested after playing against Leverkusen midweek and only recently returning from injury.

We’ll have all the build-up, key events and reaction to this afternoon’s match right here on Glasgow Live.



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