The Scottish Premiership fixture between Hibs and Rangers next month has been rescheduled to March.

The clubs were due to go head-to-head on Saturday, February 25 but the match has been moved due to Rangers' involvement in the Viaplay Cup final.

Michael Beale's side take on Celtic at Hampden on Sunday, February 26.

Due to the showpiece final at Hampden, the fixture against Hibs has been moved to a midweek kick-off in March.

Hibs will now host Rangers on Wednesday, March 8 with a 7.45pm kick-off at Easter Road.

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A Hibs statement first read: "Our cinch Premiership clash with Rangers has been rescheduled.

"The match, which was originally scheduled for Saturday 25 February, will now take place on Wednesday 8 March, 2023 and will kick off at 7:45pm at Easter Road.

"The game has been rescheduled due to a fixture clash with the Viaplay Cup Final.

"Ticket information for the match will be released in due course."

A Rangers update confirmed: "Fixture Update: Our trip to Easter Road will now take place on Wednesday 8 March.

"The game has been rescheduled due to a clash with the Viaplay Cup final."

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