What channel is St Mirren vs Rangers? Live stream TV and kick-off details for Premiership clash

Rangers have the chance to apply a bit of pressure on Celtic as the Scottish Premiership title race heats right up. After taking care of business at Hampden, Rangers know they need to get it done on their return to league duty.

Philippe Clement's team booked their spot in the Scottish Cup Final against Celtic with a 2-0 win over Hearts last weekend. But a 3-2 Premiership defeat at Ross County and goalless draw in Dundee in the week leading up to the last four encounter has handed title advantage back to Brendan Rodgers' side, who know if they just keep winning, they'll be champions again.

There is no longer any margin for error as things stand and the Light Blues must win in Paisley against St Mirren if they are to keep on the Hoops' coat tails at the top. Buddies boss Stephen Robinson insists there's no pressure on his side to secure European football after making the top six. The Cup Final lineup ensures fifth place will be enough to qualify for the Europa Conference League playoffs.

But they can still have a big say in the title race.. Their post-split fixtures are bookended by the Gers' visit and and trip to Celtic to finish the campaign.

There's little chance of the Saints catching Kilmarnock in fourth place, with Derek McInnes men eight points clear. But Robinson will want to keep Dundee below them in sixth by maintaining the two points gap over Tony Docherty's team. Record Sport has all the info you need on how to watch the action.

When is the game?

The game takes place on Sunday, April 28 with a 12.30pm kick-off.

Is it on TV?

Yes, the game will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football. Coverage starts at 11.30am. 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 or you can pay £35 per month without being locked in and cancel anytime. Alternatively a day pass can be bought for £11.99.

Will there be a live stream?

Yes, Sky Sports customers can stream the game live to their devices via the Sky Go app. The same goes for NOW TV subscribers with the sports package.

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 clash gets underway. After the game, we'll have all the reaction from managers and players, as well as a whole lot more.