The Englishman has won five of his six Premiership matches since taking the job in November, with the only blip coming in the 2-2 draw with Celtic where his team dropped two points by conceding a late equaliser. Derek McInnes' Killie had also made the last four of the Viaplay Cup, and will take huge confidence from their performance against Celtic last Saturday, despite losing 2-0.
Kilmarnock v Rangers: TV channel, kick off time, live stream info and moreRangers shift their attention back to Premiership action tomorrow night, when they head to Rugby Park to take on Kilmarnock. The Light Blues secured their spot in the Viaplay Cup final against Old Firm rivals Celtic on Sunday, after a comeback win against Hampden in an exhilarating semi final clash at Hampden. Michael Beale's men fought back from a Bojan Miovski strike to equalise through former Don Ryan Jack's deflected strike shortly after the hour mark, before Gers sub Kemar Roofe grabbed the winner in the first half of extra time to send Rangers into the League Cup final for the first time since the 2019/20 season. But boss Beale will now be keen to continue their fine run of form in the league, with a win against Kilmarnock in Ayrshire tomorrow night.
Killie passed up some great opportunities to score and also left the national stadium feeling aggrieved after referee Nick Walsh and VAR failed to award Kilmarnock a penalty after a clumsy challenge from Giorgos Giakoumakis on Joe Wright inside the area. Scottish Express Sport has all the key details ahead of tomorrow night's game.
Where and when is Kilmarnock v Rangers? Kilmarnock v Rangers takes place on Wednesday 18th January at Rugby Park, with kick off at 8pm. What TV channel is Kilmarnock v Rangers on? The game is being shown live on the Sky Sports Football channel, with coverage getting underway at 7. 30pm. Can I live stream the game? Yes, the match is available to live stream for customers via the Sky Go app. Who are the match officials for the fixture? Referee Kevin Clancy will take charge of the game with Frank Connor and Steven Traynor serving as the linesmen. Gavin Duncan is the fourth official and pair Don Robertson and David McGeachie are on VAR duty. Is there any early team news? Killie will still be without long-term absentees Jeriel Dorsett and Innes Cameron, who are still on the injury table. Kyle Lafferty returned to action on Saturday following his 10 game ban for using sectarian language, and will hope to feature against his old club.
Kilmarnock v Rangers: TV channel, kick off time, live stream
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