Celtic travel to the home of their rivals this weekend knowing anything less than a win will all but kill off their hopes of 10 in a row.

Rangers already sit 16 points ahead of Celts, albeit the latter have three games in hand, but a 19 point gap - which could potentially become a 10 point advantage - may still prove insurmountable.

The last time the two faced off at Parkhead ended in a 2-0 win for Gers thanks to a Connor Goldson brace. And while Steven Gerrard will be hoping for a repeat, Neil Lennon will know it's win or bust for his lads.

But can we watch the game on TV? What channel? What is the team news?

Here's all you need to know.

Where is the game being played?

Rangers host Celtic at Ibrox Stadium.

Kick-off is at 12.30pm on Saturday, January 2.

Is the game on TV?

It is on TV.

Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event will broadcast the game live.

Coverage begins at 11,30am.

Team news

Scott Arfield has been ruled out by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard and will undergo more scans on an ankle problem. Ryan Jack has struggled for fitness and is a doubt.

Neil Lennon has already confirmed that goalkeeper Vasilis Barkas will start against Gers while Christopher Jullien is a doubt after going off against Dundee United with a knee injury.