What channel is Kilmarnock vs Celtic? Live stream, TV and kickoff details for Premiership clash at Rugby Park

The hard graft has been done by Celtic, now they just need to get over the line.

Only an extremely unlikely set of results can see them denied a third successive Premiership crown. Brendan Rodgers' team seeks just a point against Kilmarnock to confirm their status as champions. If not against Killie, then this Saturday lunchtime when St Mirren visit Parkhead in the final game of the league season.

Derek McInnes' men have caused problems for the Hoops before this season. They ended the champions' League Cup defence at the first hurdle back in August, then came from behind to beat the Bhoys 2-1 in December to increase the pressure on Rodgers during a sticky patch of form. So while a win for the hosts wouldn't be a major shock, it wouldn't be a major disaster either in the circumstances. However, everyone at Celtic Park will want to get it done as soon as possible.

Record Sport has all the info you need on how to watch the game.

When is the game?

The match takes place on Wednesday, May 15. Kick-off is at 7.30pm.

Is the game on TV?

Yes, the game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Football. Coverage begins at 6.30pm. If you don't have a subscription you can sign up here. Punters are also able to sign up to NOW TV. A special 6-month saver membership is available for £26 per month for a six month minimum term subscription or you can pay £34.99 per month without being locked in and cancel anytime. Alternatively a day pass can be bought for £14.99.

Will there be a live stream?

Yes, Sky Sports customers can stream the game live to their devices via the Sky Go app. Those with NOW TV can do similar via the NOW TV app.

Where else can I follow the action?

You can follow the action right here at dailyrecord.co.uk . We'll be running a live blog with all the pre-match build-up and team news, and every kick of the ball once the Premiership battle gets up and running. After the game, we'll have all the reaction from managers and players, as well as a whole lot more.