Livingston vs Rangers: TV Channel, Live Stream, Team News and Preview

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ranger will be faced livingston on Saturday in their opening game of the 2022-23 season Scottish Premier League Season in West Lothian. The champions of the 2020-21 season are looking to reclaim their top flight crown after being dethroned by rivals Celtic last season and will be eyeing the best possible start at Almondvale Stadium this weekend.

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The visitors were victorious when these sides last met in January and it has indeed been some time since the hosts last beat them, most recently in September 2018.

Before the game, GATE has the details of how to watch TV, stream online, team news and more.

TV channels, live stream and how to watch

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Team news and rosters

In a tough 2021/22 season, exacerbated by three losses in the last four games of the preliminary round, Livingston missed out on the top six, which was a bitter pill – their latest points tally would have been enough for fourth place and European football in another World.

But David Martindale is hoping to use the pain of last year’s near miss to build up from an eventual seventh place and finally crack the top half of the table this season – and they can throw a marker straight away at one of the favourites.

Expected starting XI of Livingston: Stryek; Devlin, Fitzwater, Obileye, Montano; Shinnie, Kelly, Pittman; Noble, Bahamboula, Anderson.

2021-22 could have been a disaster for Rangers after Steven Gerrard was sent off the stable for Aston Villa. It’s thanks to them, then, that under Giovanni van Bronckhorst they rebounded with a rush to the Europa League final before reversing that heartbreak against Frankfurt take Scottish Cup silver.

The Dutchman has now had a full pre-season to put his stamp on proceedings and is hoping to bounce back in the Premier League against crosstown rivals Celtic, who certainly have bragging rights with Old Firm after another league win last season to dethrone her.

Expected starting XI for Rangers: McGregor; Tavernier, Souttar, Goldson, Barisic; Lundstram, Kamara; Matondo, Lawrence, Kent; Cola.

The last five results

The last five results

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