Rangers are desperate to lift at least one trophy this season.

With the Ibrox club nine points behind Celtic in the Premiership, it would appear their best chance of silverware lies with the Scottish Cup.

As holders of the competition, Michael Beale and his team will want to defend their crown proudly.

They came up against Championship opposition in the last eight of the tournament this weekend.

Here's all of the details you need to know ahead of this one.

When is Rangers vs Raith Rovers? 

Rangers take on Raith Rovers TODAY on Sunday, March 12. 

The game will kick-off at 1pm.

It will be played at Ibrox Stadium.

Is Rangers vs Raith Rovers on TV and can I live stream it?

Yes, thankfully, this game will be showcased live on TV.

Viaplay 1 will broadcast the game live on their channel.

Customers of the channel will be able to live stream the match via the Viaplay website. 

Coverage of the game begins at 12.30pm - half an hour prior to kick-off.

You can buy a monthly Viaplay pass for £14.99 here.

Team news

Rangers are starting to get players back to full fitness slowly but surely. 

John Souttar is back involved in matchday squads, while the likes of Ridvan Yilmaz and Rabbi Matondo are not far away either.

Filip Helander, Tom Lawrence and Kemar Roofe remain the only definite absentees.

Meanwhile, Rovers could be boosted by the return of captain Scott Brown.

However, they will be without star Kieran Ngwenya who is on international duty with Malawi.


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