Motherwell vs Hibernian plus Rangers trips to Dundee United and Kilmarnock are the latest Scottish Premier League matches selected to be shown live Sports sky.
The trip to Fir Park for Hibs will be their fifth game after the World Cup break and their first since facing Hearts in the Edinburgh derby.
Lee Johnson will be hoping for a change of form by the time the game hits on Sunday, January 8 with the Easter Road club currently on a five-game losing streak and being booed afterwards. Losing to Ross County.
Motherwell, meanwhile, has only one win in her past five games and lost the back-to-back match 1-0 at Easter Road.
Rangers find themselves seven points behind leaders Celtic failure at St Johnstone – a result that puts Giovanni van Bronckhorst under enormous pressure.
Their trip to Dundee United will follow Motherwell vs Hibernian on January 8, and kick off at 4pm.
While the Ibrox team won 2-1 last time thanks to an Antonio Colak brace, their last visit to Tannadice ended in a 1-1 draw – a result Liam Fox will be hoping to repeat or for good. more as he manages to bring United down to the bottom of the table. .
After that game, 10 days later, Sky Sports cameras will be at Rugby Park as Kilmarnock hosts Rangers at 8pm on Wednesday, January 18.
Rangers won the last meeting between the two sides by a score of 2-0, but Derek McInnes will be hoping for a positive result that can take Killie away from the bottom of the table.
Saturday, November 12: St Mirren vs Rangers, kicks off at 12:30pm
Thursday, December 15: Rangers vs Hibernian, starting at 8pm
Saturday, December 17: Aberdeen vs Celtic, kicks off at 12:30pm
Tuesday, December 20: Aberdeen vs Rangers, starting at 8pm
Friday, December 23: Ross County vs Rangers, kicks off at 7:30 p.m
Wednesday, December 28: Hibernian vs Celtic, starting at 8pm
Monday, January 2nd: Rangers vs Celtic, kicks off at 12:30pm
Sunday, January 8th: Motherwell vs Hibernian, starting at 1:30pm
Sunday, January 8th: Dundee United vs Rangers, kicks off at 4pm
Wednesday, January 18: Kilmarnock v Rangers, starting at 8pm
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