The new leader of the Scottish Conservative Party will run the line at Ibrox on Sunday as Rangers take on St Mirren.

Douglas Ross was announced as the Tory party's new leader after Jackson Carlaw's departure late last month. The SFA confirmed on their official site that Ross will be the assistant referee in Glasgow as Gers get their home league campaign started.

Posting on social media, the MP shared a message to the public following his appointment as the Tory leader. "Becoming leader of the Scottish Conservatives today is the honour and privilege of a lifetime," he said. Now our focus must turn to earning the trust of people looking for a positive and credible alternative for Scotland, and who want a fresh start for our country. I hope you'll join us."

Ross has been involved with the Scottish Premiership for a number of years and has worked a number of high-profile clashes, including Celtic vs Rangers. His most noteable moment came when he urged referee Willie Collum to send off Jozo Simunovic for an elbow on Alfredo Morelos in 2018.

Andrew Dallas will be the man in the middle at Ibrox for Rangers vs Saints this weekend.