RANGERS and Celtic's B teams will lock horns at Ibrox for their Hogmanay Lowland League clash.

The venue for the meeting between the Old Firm youngsters has been switched to try and accommodate a bumper crowd. 

The Gers youths play their matches at Dumbarton's C&G Systems stadium.

But there's been a change of plan for the Friday, December 31 meeting, which will kick-off at 12pm.

Dumbarton's ground holds just over 2,000 fans, while playing in Govan means a crowd of up to 50,000 could be in attendance for the game. 

Tickets are currently on sale for fans, which will cost adults £10 and concessions £5.

Both sides entered Colt teams in the Lowland League this season.

Rangers sit in second position as things stand, six points ahead of Celtic who are in sixth, although they have played one game lass.

The derby fixture was originally scheduled for New Year's Day but has been brought forward one day.