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Entertainment Sky pick 3 Rangers clashes and 1 Celtic game for TV as title run-in looms

19:10  20 january  2022
19:10  20 january  2022 Source:   dailyrecord.co.uk

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Sky Sports have snapped up four more Premiership matches for live coverage across March and April.

And either Rangers or Celtic feature in all four of the clashes chosen by the league's sole live broadcaster.

The Sky cameras will be trained on the title race starting with Gio van Bronckhorst's men as they make the trip to Perth to face St Johnstone on March 2.

Four days later it's Celtic 's turn as they return to West Lothian and the Tony Macaroni Arena – the site of their last loss in domestic competition against Livingston.

On March 20 it's Rangers' turn again as they head to the City of Discovery and struggling Dundee.

What channel is the Celtic game on? St Mirren match info, kick-off time, TV and stream details

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And after the international break the Ibrox side are back on our screens just before the split - with the away day against St Mirren their task on April 10.

Hearts, Aberdeen and Hibs all play each other in that time frame however and some may feel the chosen fixtures fail to showcase the league's best clashes.

Every match chosen for TV

Wednesday March 2

cinch Premiership

St Johnstone v Rangers

Live on Sky Sports, kick-off 7.45pm

Sunday March 6

cinch Premiership

Livingston v Celtic

Live on Sky Sports, kick-off 12 noon

Sunday March 20

cinch Premiership

Dundee v Rangers

Live on Sky Sports, kick-off 12 noon

Sunday April 10

cinch Premiership

St Mirren v Rangers

Live on Sky Sports, kick-off 12 noon

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