Celtic host Rangers in the final league encounter between the Glasgow rivals this season.

Brendan Rodgers' side are aiming to take a huge step in the title race with victory to move six points clear of Rangers with just two matches remaining.

But Philippe Clement's charges head to Celtic Park intent on moving level on points with their title rivals heading into the last couple of league fixtures.

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Both clubs head into the match with flawless post-split records. Celtic beat Dundee in the first match of the split before victory over Hearts at the weekend.

Rangers, meanwhile, triumphed over St Mirren in Paisley before beating Kilmarnock at Ibrox on Sunday.

Everything you need to know about Celtic vs Rangers in the Scottish Premiership...

When is Celtic vs Rangers? 

Celtic host Rangers in the final Scottish Premiership derby clash between the clubs this season TODAY on Saturday, May 11.

The match will be played at Celtic Park.

Kick-off is at 12.30pm.

Is Celtic vs Rangers on TV? 

Yes. The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Coverage starts at 11.30am on both Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.

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Can I live stream Celtic vs Rangers?

Yes. The match can be streamed online by Sky Sports subscribers. 

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Alternatively, you can watch the match with an active Now TV Sports subscription.

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What is the latest team news? 

Celtic: Daizen Maeda has declared himself fit and ready to face Rangers this weekend after coming off the bench against Hearts.

He shared on social media: "I was moved by the cheers the moment I entered the pitch. Thank you to all my fans and supporters!

"I'm ready for the next game!"

Rangers: Clement will definitely be without Connor Goldson, Danilo and Oscar Cortes with the trio ruled out for the rest of the season.

The Ibrox boss also warned for caution over potential returns for Abdallah Sima and Rabbi Matondo after injury knocks - while Ryan Jack and Ridvan are nearing comebacks.

He said: "Abda is out now individually training and I hope to see him back before the end of the season but no timescale yet. Same thing for him [Matondo].

 "We need to see tomorrow. Ridvan maybe, Ryan not yet. He is too far away for that, he needs to have a few trainings to be available for the squad.

"He will need more time than Ridvan but that is normal also because Ridvan has been a long time out but less long than Ryan."