TWO men are to stand trial accused of causing a disturbance outside Ibrox Stadium on the day of a Celtic and Rangers match.

Ross McGill, 27, and Kai Creelman, 23, deny causing a breach of the peace on Edmiston Drive, Glasgow on January 2, 2021.

Prosecutors claim they joined others by forming a disorderly crowd, setting off flares and fireworks as well as blocking traffic and pedestrians.

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The pair are due to go to trial at Glasgow Sheriff Court in May 2022.

McGill, of East Kilbride, and Creelman, of Coatbridge, both Lanarkshire, remain on bail meantime.