The first Old Firm derby of the season is nearly upon us and both Rangers and Celtic are under pressure to produce a performance.

Michael Beale's Light Blues are looking to bounce back from a crushing Champions League play-off defeat to PSV Eindhoven in midweek.

Meanwhile, Celtic are looking to return to winning ways after lacklustre performances against Kilmarnock and St Johnstone.

Sunday's contest is set up to be a cracker and here are all the details you need ahead of the clash...

When is Rangers vs Celtic?

Rangers welcome their rivals Celtic to Ibrox today - Sunday, September 2.

The match will kick-off at 12pm UK time.

Is Rangers vs Celtic on TV?

Yes. The match will be shown live on Sky Sports.

Coverage on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event begins at 11am.

Can I stream Rangers vs Celtic?

Yes. You can stream all the action from Ibrox via Sky Go. 

Rangers and Celtic team news

Borna Barisic limped off for Rangers against PSV, and Michael Beale has provided an update on his injury status, as well as other members of the squad ahead of the big derby clash.

He told the media: "Barisic will be fine for the weekend after a scan.

"Roofe and Lawrence both in a fantastic place and in the squad.

"Dowell has the slight issue with his knee he is recovering from so will need to wait and see on that one."

For Celtic, Oh Hyeon-gyu, who has been injured since the opening day against Ross County, will be available for the fixture.

Rodgers said: "Oh is back in training so he will be available. The guys who were out slightly longer term will be back after the international break."