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Latest Scottish Premiership TV selections for December and January

The latest Scottish Premiership TV selections for December and January have been announced by Sky Sports on Tuesday lunchtime.

Sky Sports will be the only broadcaster to offer live coverage of the top tier of Scottish football, with up to 48 games available.

19 fixtures have been televised out so far, with the most common scoreline being 1-0. Other games were scheduled for coverage, however, they were postponed due to squad members at Aberdeen and Celtic getting coronavirus.


Sat Dec 26: Rangers v Hibernian, kick-off 12.30pm

Sat Dec 26: Hamilton Academical v Celtic, kick-off 3pm

Sat Jan 2: Rangers v Celtic, kick-off, 12.30pm


Sun Nov 22: Rangers vs Aberdeen, kick-off 12pm

Sun Dec 6: Ross County vs Rangers, kick-off 12pm

Sun Dec 13: Dundee Utd vs Rangers, kick-off 12pm

Sun Dec 20: Kilmarnock vs Aberdeen, kick-off 12pm


Sat Aug 1: Aberdeen 0-1 Rangers

Sun Aug 2: Celtic 5-1 Hamilton

Mon Aug 3: Ross County 1-0 Motherwell

Sat Aug 8: St Johnstone P-P Aberdeen

Sun Aug 9: Kilmarnock 1-1 Celtic

Tue Aug 11: Dundee Utd 0-1 Hibernian

Wed Aug 12: St Mirren P-P Celtic

Sat Aug 15: Hibernian 0-0 Motherwell

Sun Aug 16: Livingston 0-0 Rangers

Thu Aug 20: St Johnstone 0-1 Aberdeen

Sat Aug 22: Dundee Utd 0-1 Celtic

Sun Aug 23: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

Sat Aug 29: Hamilton 0-2 Rangers

Sun Aug 30: Hibernian 0-1 Aberdeen

Sun Sept 20: Hibernian 2-2 Rangers

Sun Sep 27: Motherwell 1-5 Rangers

Fri Oct 2: St Johnstone 0-2 Celtic

Sat Oct 17: Celtic 0-2 Rangers

Sun 25 Oct: Aberdeen 3-3 Celtic

Sun 1 Nov: Kilmarnock 0-1 Rangers

Sun 8 Nov: Motherwell 1-4 Celtic

Fans reacted to the latest Scottish Premiership TV selections for December and January…

Right now, it’s the international break and what a few weeks it’s been for the Scotland national team.

Scotland’s Ryan Christie had fans in tears with his emotional post-match interview following a win on penalties against Serbia on Thursday.

The attacking midfielder just showed what securing Euro 2020 qualification for his country meant to him, with Scotland heading to their first major tournament in 22-years.

Christie spoke to Sky Sports after the match, and summed up how fans across Scotland were feeling after watching the team battle to a hard-earned, yet nervy and tense penalty shootout victory.

Scotland’s Ryan Christie said in the interview: “When you’re on the pitch you always feel like you can impact it. The moment you’re off, you can’t watch. It’s horrible. Those penalties are probably the worst thing I’ve ever been through.

“Just for the whole nation it’s been a horrible year for everyone. We knew coming into the game we could give a little something to this country, and we hope everyone back home is having a party tonight. We deserve it.

“What we’ve been through. It’s been so many years. You know it. We know it. Everyone knows it. It’s the monkey off the back now and we’re just going to move on from here.”

Scotland put their fans through the emotions as Steve Clarke’s men were two minutes away from a 1-0 win in normal time after Ryan Christie’s goal, but a Luka Jovic injury-time equaliser forced the tie to extra-time.

Clarke took off his three most influential players in QPR’s Lyndon Dykes, Aston Villa’s John McGinn and Celtic’s Ryan Christie before Serbia got a late dramatic equaliser and Scotland lost their spark in extra-time, however held on to take the game to penalties, winning 5-4.

Scotland’s reward for the win in Belgrade is a place in Group D alongside England, Croatia and Czech Republic

Player Ratings

Scotland: Marshall (8), McTominay (7), Gallagher (8), Tierney (7), Robertson (7), O’Donnell (7), McGinn (7), Jack (7), McGregor (7), Dykes (7), Christie (8)

Subs: McBurnie (6), Paterson (6), Griffiths (6)

Serbia: Rajkovic (7), Milenkovic (5), Mitrovic (5), Gudelj (7), Lazovic (5), Maksimovic (6), Lukic (6), Kostic (6), Tadic (6), Milinkovic-Savic (6), Mitrovic (5)

Subs: Jovic (7), Katai (6)

Man of the match: Ryan Christie

Scotland head coach Steve Clarke told Sky Sports: “Normally, we fall at the final hurdle or we have the glorious failure, but I thought we were the better team in the game and deserved to be in front. We just couldn’t get the second goal to kill them off.

“To concede then from a set play when they were throwing everybody into the box was a big setback, but you have to be so proud of the players, the way they responded to that.

“That was a sore one as we were really close to where we wanted to be. The reaction was to dig in during extra time, and we managed to do that. We got to penalties and we’ve managed to produce again from the penalty spot. It’s a magnificent night for everyone in Scotland.

“We said we’d try to put smiles back on faces and I hope they managed to enjoy the match as we did here in Belgrade. They can smile tomorrow.”

Scotland’s Ryan Christie has fans in tears with emotional post-match interview.

“This is what it means to every Scotland fan. Tears, pure tears.” – @IainRFC

“I was holding it together until that interview. That’s proper emotion. Who says players dont care. Means so much to them. That is what football is really about.” – @ILawr

“Brilliant to see a player show so much passion for the jersey” – @david1974rob

“One of the best moments in my life as a Scotsman! So so proud of these men and the emotion you see here is exactly how we all feel! Can’t stop crying.” – @AbSoLuTeOwNaGe1

“That’s the difference… That’s what it means to this nation.” – @blueskiesecho

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