Is Rangers v Tottenham on TV? How to watch pre-season friendly, live stream info and UK kick off time
Here are all the details ahead of Rangers v Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.
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Tottenham Hotspur have returned to England following their pre-season tour of South Korea and preparing for another friendly.
Antonio Conte’s side will take the trip up north to face Rangers at the Ibrox Stadium this weekend.
They are so far unbeaten in pre-season after a dramatic 6-3 victory over K-League XI that saw Heung-min Son grab a brace on home soil, before Harry Kane earned Spurs a draw against Sevilla.
Meanwhile, Rangers began their campaign with a first half defeat to Sunderland after the match was called off at half-time due to floodlight issues.
However, they followed it up with two convincing victories over Blackpool and West Ham, with new signing Tom Lawrence opening the scoring against the London club.
This weekend’s tie will be Rangers’ final pre-season friendly before they return to Scottish Premiership action next weekend.
Here are all the details ahead of the match...
When is Rangers v Tottenham?
Rangers will host Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow (Saturday 23rd July) at their home of the Ibrox Stadium.
The Scottish ground has a capacity of 50,817 and is expected to be a sell out, with only around 20 tickets available left to buy on Rangers website (at the time of writing).
What time is kick-off?
Kick-off between Rangers and Tottenham Hotspur is scheduled for 3pm BST tomorrow afternoon.
The match takes place exactly two weeks before Spurs will kick off against Southampton in their Premier League opener.
How to watch Rangers v Tottenham
This weekend’s clash won’t be shown on TV and will instead be streamed through SPURSPLAY - Tottenham’s new live video streaming platform that is showing all of their pre-season games.
To live stream the match fans will have to subscribe to SPURSPLAY, where a 12-month subscription will set you back £45.99.
For Rangers fans, the match will be streamed on Rangers TV.
You can pay for a single match which is £7.99 if you just want to watch this weekend’s match or you can get a subscription.
A monthly membership will set you back £6, while six months is £30 and an annual pass is £60.
Antonio Conte has proved the latest injury updates ahead of this weekend’s trip to Scotland.
Ben Davies finished the draw with Sevilla with a slight ankle injury and could miss out, while Yves Bissouma and Fraser Forster will still be absent after testing positive for Covid-19.
Meanwhile, Rangers could feature a number of new signings in their starting XI, with Rabbi Matondo, Tom Lawrence and Antonio Colak expected to be handed their chances.
Rangers and Tottenham have only ever faced each other in a competitive fixture twice, with both meetings coming in the 1962/63 season.
The two sides came up against each other in a two-legged first round tie in the UEFA European Winners Cup, with both legs proving to be thrillers.
The first leg at White Hart Lane ended 5-3 to the home side, while the goals continued into the second leg as Spurs once again claimed the win with a 3-2 scoreline.