Viaplay have announced a bumper punditry line-up for coverage of the cup final meeting between Rangers and Celtic.

The Glasgow rivals square-off at Hampden on Sunday to contest the first showpiece occasion of the season for the Viaplay Cup.

And the broadcaster has set aside a five-hour slot for the final at the national stadium with a packed punditry team.

Rival duo Ally McCoist and Chris Sutton headline the broadcast team with another two club heroes for each side involved.

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Rangers pair Alan Hutton and Brian Laudrup will both contribute to the live broadcast with Gordon Strachan and John Hartson offering a Celtic perspective.

Michael Stewart also features in the line-up for the powderkeg fixture with Rory Hamilton, Emma Dodds and Connie McLaughlin on commentary and presenting duties.

A short statement from the broadcaster confirmed: "The Viaplay team covering the match includes: Ally McCoist, Chris Sutton, Brian Laudrup, Gordon Strachan, Alan Hutton, John Hartson, Michael Stewart, Rory Hamilton, Emma Dodds and Connie McLaughlin."

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It comes as both Ange Postecoglou and Michael Beale provided injury updates ahead of the Hampden clash.

Celtic boss Postecoglou revealed David Turnbull and Aaron Mooy are set to return to training after knocks later this week.

"Obviously from the weekend no new injuries from the game," Postecoglou told Celtic TV. "Turnbull and Aaron we expect to join training this week.

"So at this stage, everyone is good."

However, Beale admitted he could still be without Ryan Jack, John Lundstram and Malik Tillman on Sunday.

He said: "No positive news at the moment, none of the boys returned to training today.

"The team you saw at the weekend will be very close to the one that starts on Sunday. If we get one or two additions back that will be a bonus."

Michael Beale and Ange Postecoglou were promoting Viaplay’s exclusively live coverage of the Viaplay Cup Final between Rangers and Celtic on Sunday from 2pm.

Viaplay is available to stream from or via your TV provider on Sky, Virgin TV and Amazon Prime as an add-on subscription.