How to watch Hibbs boxing day clash with Rangers leaders

A visit to Hibbs Boxing Day to Ibrox will be broadcast live on the Sky Sports Football channel, starting at 12 noon.

The game will also air on Sky One, meaning fans don’t need a Sky Sports subscription to see the action.

Fans can watch by paying per view on the official Rangers website with a one-time payment. The service is free for season ticket holders.

You can also watch the match online with a NOW TV daily pass.

Hibs season ticket holders will be able to enjoy audio coverage of the game by commentary duo Dave Armstrong and Tam McManus by signing up for Hibs TV – not Hibs Pass.

International Hibs TV subscribers will be able to watch the match as usual.

The team will be on the program from 12:15 p.m.

Hibbs will likely be left without first-placed keeper Ofir Marciano, who had to be replaced in the win over St. Mirren on Tuesday night, but Jack Ross believes in his deputy Dillon Barnes who contributed another clean sheet against Friends.

The dilemma is also Kyle Magennis, who was replaced by a firm knee during the break.

Striker Christian Doidge has been suspended after receiving two yellow cards on Tuesday.

Jamie Murphy, who is on loan, misses the game because the Rangers are his home club, while Stevie Mallan has not recovered from injury and Scott Allan is still trying to get back in shape after a long period on the sidelines.

The Rangers want not to lose in 20 Premiership games on Saturday when they take over the Hibbs at Ibrox.

Steven Gerrard’s men have won 11 league games in a row since that draw on Easter Road, and are back after a recent shocking defeat in the Betfred Cup by St Mirren with six goals in two games against Motherwell and St Johnstone.

The 2-2 draw in September was the last time the Rangers dropped points in the league, and Hibbs defender Ryan Porteous was at the center of the action after taking part in a clash with Alfred Morelos and Gerrad after the final whistle.

The Rangers will be left without Ryan Jack, who aimed to return after the injury this weekend, but the match arrived too quickly, as did the long-absent Nikola Katic.

After Wednesday’s win over St. Johnstone manager Steven Gerrard said playmaker Ianis Hagi “looked tired” so he could rest.

Meanwhile, George Edmundson and Jordan Jones have been banned from seven games due to unnecessary virus regulations and are available to choose from, while Leon Balogun has recovered from a concussion and was fit enough for Wednesday’s bench to win over St. Louis. Johnstone.

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