How to watch the Scottish Premiership clash between Rangers FC and Aberdeen, including information on TV broadcast schedules and online streaming services.
The Scottish Premiership’s midweek fixtures on Tuesday, where Rangers face Aberdeen for their fourth encounter this season. They’ve previously clashed twice in the league and once in the League Cup final.
Notably, Aberdeen has managed to stay undefeated in the two league matchups, achieving a notable 3-1 victory at Rangers’ home ground in September.
However, the Rangers secured a 1-0 triumph at Hampden Park, clinching the cup.
Aberdeen’s unexpected win at Ibrox towards the end of summer was a pivotal moment, leading to the departure of former Rangers manager Michael Beale. His replacement, Belgian Philippe Clement, has since steered the club on a successful path.
A win for Rangers on Tuesday could elevate them to the league’s summit, pending Celtic’s match at Easter Road on Wednesday.
Rangers last played at Ibrox on Saturday, securing a 3-0 victory against the league’s bottom team, Livingston.
The game’s opening goal came in the 40th minute, with newcomer Fabio Silva skillfully finding room in a congested penalty area to score. Rabbi Matondo and Todd Cantwell also scored, intensifying the pressure on their league rivals.
Victory by a three-goal margin could propel Rangers past their fierce rivals, Celtic, to the top of the league standings.
Following a 2-1 defeat at Celtic Park to close out 2023, Rangers have bounced back impressively, stringing together five consecutive victories in various competitions.
Their most recent triumph was against Livingston on Saturday. This victory, coupled with Celtic’s surprise draw at Aberdeen, has brought Philippe Clement’s team within three points of Celtic, with a match in hand.
How to watch on TV
The game will be broadcast live on the Sky Sports Main Event channel in the UK, with the kickoff scheduled for 8 PM.
Rangers have a chance to lead the league temporarily by defeating Aberdeen with a margin of three goals or more this midweek.
For Aberdeen, this match marks Neil Warnock’s debut as manager following the dismissal of Barry Robson last week. Aberdeen demonstrated resilience in their last match, securing a 1-1 draw against Celtic at Pittodrie on Saturday.
In their early afternoon match on Saturday, Aberdeen earned a well-fought and deserved point under the guidance of interim manager Peter Leven.
The Dons took the lead against the champions, with Bojan Miovski delivering an impressive goal early in the second half through a swift counter-attack.
Currently eight points behind fourth-place Kilmarnock and with two games in hand, Aberdeen faces a formidable challenge against a Rangers team eager to claim the league’s top position.