In the current absence of the Scottish Cup, a number of Premiership games have been brought forward from April to February.
Matchday 33 games, due to take place on April 3rd, will now be played on Saturday 20th February and Sunday 21st February.
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Celtic will play against Ross County in a late gamePhoto credit: Kenny Ramsay – The Sun Glasgow
The move will see BOTH Rangers and Celtic play on Sunday.
And the hoops were given an odd kick-off time for their clash with Ross County.
Neil Lennon’s side will travel to Dingwall to kick off the Premiership encounter at 7.30pm.
The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports as part of the multi-million dollar deal to showcase Scottish football.
Rangers ace Steven Davis runs with the ballPhoto credit: Willie Vass – The Sun
The Light Blues will host Dundee United this early afternoon as Steven Gerrard’s side are close to their first title in ten years.
On Saturday Kilmarnock will travel north to play Aberdeen, Hibs will play Hamilton, Motherwell hosts St. Johnstone and St. Mirren welcome Livingston to Paisley.
All four games start at 3 p.m. on Saturday.
The full playing card:
Aberdeen v Kilmarnock (3:00 p.m.)
Hibernian v Hamilton Academical (3:00 p.m.)
Motherwell v St. Johnstone (3:00 p.m.)
St. Mirren versus Livingston (3:00 p.m.)
Sunday February 21
Rangers v Dundee United (3:00 p.m.)
Ross County v Celtic (Sky Sports, 7:30 p.m.)
Meanwhile, the Scottish Federation filed a complaint with Alfredo Morelos after a group of former umpires ruled that he was guilty of violent behavior for standing on Hibs’ Ryan Porteous.
Referee Kevin Clancy chose not to do anything about the little Colombian who later became the match winner.
MOR DRAMA Rangers star Alfredo Morelos will be suspended for three games following the announcement of the complaint about collision with Hibs’ Porteous
But as we told you yesterday, the SFA action could mean Morelos banning three games – turning the two-game ban for violent behavior into one due to its similar ban on two games last month after a clash with Dundee Another ban was added to Mark Connolly of United.
The Ibrox team has until 3 p.m. on Monday to appeal the decision – or if they accept it, he’ll miss his team’s next three games in the league.
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