Sky Sports have announced their Scottish Premiership games to be televised between now and the split in April, with 13 games to be broadcast by the TV giants.
Some of the games had already been confirmed as being shown by Sky but there are a number of new fixtures slated to be shown live across the UK.
Among the new games picked to be shown include Rangers’ trip to McDiarmid St Johnstone on March 2 followed by Livingston versus Celtic at the Tony Macaroni Arena four days later.
The others are Rangers’ trips to face Dundee (March 20) and St Mirren (April 10) as the Premiership heads towards its conclusion.
Almost all of the games shown involve one half of the Old Firm, with the Edinburgh derby at the start of February the only game not to involve Rangers or Celtic.
The SPFL and Sky are in the first of a five-year deal reported to be worth as much as £30million per year which sees the broadcaster show 48 games each season.
Wednesday January 26
Heart of Midlothian vs Celtic – Kick-off 7.45pm
Saturday January 29
Ross County vs Rangers – Kick-off 12.30pm
Tuesday February 1
Hibernian v Heart of Midlothian – Kick-off 7.45pm
Wednesday February 2
Celtic v Rangers – Kick-off 7.45pm
Sunday February 6
Motherwell vs Celtic – Kick-off 1.30pm
Sunday February 6
Rangers vs Heart of Midlothian – Kick-off 4pm
Sunday February 20
Dundee United vs Rangers – Kick-off 12 noon
Sunday February 27
Hibernian vs Celtic – Kick-off 12 noon
Wednesday March 2
St Johnstone v Rangers – Kick-off 7.45pm
Sunday March 6
Livingston v Celtic – Kick-off 12 noon
Sunday March 20
Dundee v Rangers – Kick-off 12 noon
Sunday April 3
Rangers vs Celtic – Kick-off 12 noon
Sunday April 10
St Mirren v Rangers – Kick-off 12 noon
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