27 September 2020 08:35
Never miss a thing from Belfast and beyond - sign up for FREE updates direct to your email inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email There will be no room for error for Rangers when they meet Motherwell on Sunday. Steven Gerrard's side have already dropped league points against Livingston and Hibernian as they look to keep the pressure up on champions Celtic. The Light Blues will take plenty of confidence into the game after their 4-0 Europa League win over Willem II on Thursday. Meanwhile, Stephen Robinson's Motherwell exited Europe at the hands of Hapoel Be'er Sheva in their own third round clash. Here's how you can watch the game: When and where will the game take place?
Motherwell vs Rangers takes place on Sunday, September 27 at Fir Park. Kick-off is at 12pm. What channel is it on? The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Football. Will there be a live stream? Subscribers can watch the match across all their devices on the Sky Go app. You can also pay for a day pass on Now TV for 24 hours access to the Sky Sports channels for £9.98 for one day or £25 for the month. Match odds