Rangers host Celtic in a crucial title race clash this weekend.

The Glasgow rivals will go head-to-head at Ibrox on Sunday, April 7.

Celtic currently lead the Scottish Premiership with a one-point advantage over Rangers - though, the Ibrox side do have a game in hand.

Rangers will play their game in hand on Wednesday, April 10 against Dundee after their scheduled match at Dens Park was postponed last month.

However, the powderkeg clash at Ibrox offers an opportunity for both clubs to take control in the title race before the split.

Here's everything you need to know about Rangers vs Celtic...

When is Rangers vs Celtic? 

Rangers take on Celtic in the Scottish Premiership TODAY - Sunday, April 7.

The match will be played at Ibrox Stadium.

Kick-off is at 12pm.

Is Rangers vs Celtic on TV? 

Yes. The match between Rangers and Celtic has been selected for live TV coverage on Sky Sports.

Coverage begins at 11am on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.

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Can I live stream Rangers vs Celtic? 

Yes. Sky Sports subscribers can watch the match online through their subscription.

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Alternatively, you can purchase a Now TV Pass to watch the match through Sky Sports.

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What is the latest team news? 

Rangers: Philippe Clement last week revealed Dujon Sterling, Kieran Dowell, Abdallah Sima and Ross McCausland were back fit and training. However, Ridvan Yilmaz, Ryan Jack, Oscar Cortes and Danilo remained sidelined.

He said: "Sterling, Dowell, Sima and McCausland are back in training.

"The returning players are all back in contention, but not for 90 minutes. We need to make good choices around this."

But, Clement did reveal Yilmaz did not suffer a long-term injury and hinted there is a chance at a possible quickfire return.

Celtic: Callum McGregor is expected to return for Celtic against Rangers. The midfielder sat out of the win over Livingston and didn't train last week due to an injury knock.

However, Brendan Rodgers said last week there was a "very good chance" the Celtic skipper returned to action for the trip to Ibrox.

Cameron Carter-Vickers and Reo Hatate played in Celtic's win in West Lothian and it's expected both players will be fit to play again as required against Rangers.