Philippe Clement took over the reins at Ibrox knowing he was just two games away from winning his first trophy. 

Rangers take on Hearts at the national stadium in Glasgow's south side this weekend for a place in the Viaplay Cup final. 

While the Belgian manager will be eying another win to keep his unbeaten start going since replacing Michael Beale, Hearts will also have designs on lifting silverware this season under Steven Naismith.

The teams met in Glasgow just last weekend, with the Edinburgh side playing well throughout. They took an early lead through Lawrence Shankland, but late strikes by James Tavernier and Danilo saw the Light Blues claim all three points.

Here are all of the details you need to know ahead of this cup tie...

When is Rangers vs Hearts?

Rangers will take on Hearts TODAY on Sunday, November 5.

The game will kick off at 3pm.

The match will be played at Hampden Park, Glasgow.

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

Yes, thankfully the game has been selected for live TV coverage.

As the sponsor of the competition, Viaplay is the only place you can watch the game as it happens. 

Viaplay Sports 1 will showcase the game. Coverage begins at 2.30pm - allowing for half an hour of build-up.

The game can be live-streamed by subscribers through the Viaplay Player.

Team news

Tom Lawrence and Borna Barisic are on the road to recovery and could be involved in some capacity.

However, Rangers will be without John Souttar, Nico Raskin, Rabbi Matondo and Kemar Roofe. It appears Clement has given the green light for the rest of the squad.

Hearts will continue to be without Barrie McKay and Nathaniel Atkinson through injury. 

Alex Lowry is also unable to play as he cannot play against his parent club as part of his loan agreement. Jorge Grant impressed against Livingston in midweek and could be the answer in an attacking midfield sense.