Rangers Celtic today: score, kick off time and starting 11 as Scottish Premiership rivals play at Ibrox
Rangers 1-0 Celtic final score, as Filip Helander scored in 66th minute and Celtic’s Edouard missed his best shot at an equaliser
Update: Ranger 1-0 Celtic at full time + four minutes injury time (Filip Helander, 66’)
Scottish football fans will be looking forward to the first Old Firm of the season, as Rangers and Celtic go head-to-head at Ibrox today.
The build up is well underway, as 50,000 home fans fill up the stadium while Celtic fans are denied any chance of supporting their team.
The derby is set to kick off at lunchtime and will be the first time the rivals have met since Australian Ange Postecoglou took over from Neil Lennon as manager of Celtic.
So, what can we expect from the game, who are in the starting lineup and when is the Old Firm at Parkhead? This is what you need to know.
When is Rangers vs Celtic kick off today?
The Rangers-Celtic game kicks off at 12pm at Ibrox Football Stadium, in Glasgow.
Where can I watch the game on TV?
Rangers vs Celtic is live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football, coverage begins at 11am.
You can stream the game via the Sky Go app.
If you don't have Sky, you can buy a Now TV Sports Pass to stream the game live.
Who is in the starting lineup?
Fans from both sides will be tuning in to see Celtic’s man from Japan, Kyogo Furuhashi, as he gets his first taste of his biggest rivals.
Celtic fans will be hoping Kyogo can continue his goal scoring streak with the support of striker Edouard and forward Abada.
The three goal scorers will start alongside captain McGregor and Hart, Ralston, Welsh, Starfelt, Juranovic, Turnbul and Christie.
The light blues will kick off with fan-favourite Morelos, supported by Roofe and Kent. The midfield three consists of Davis, Kamara and Aribo.
McCrorie, Balogun, Goldson, Helander and Barisic will also make up the starting 11.
Why are there no Celtic fans at Ibrox today?
There will be no away crowd today, despite Rangers originally providing 700 away tickets,
Gers bosses revoked the tickets after Celtic admitted it could not secure seats for Rangers fans at the Parkhead Old Firm on 2 January.
As restriction levels remain volatile across the UK and the 2 January date means colder weather and potentially tighter restrictions, there was no guarantee of an away crowd and therefore, Rangers will not allow Celtic fans at the game today (29 August).
When is the next Old Firm?
The next Old Firm will be played on 2 January 2022, at Celtic’s Parkhead stadium.