Scottish Cup Final: Rangers vs Hearts Live stream, TV channel, PPV, referee, team news and Hampden kick-off time

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Rangers vs Hearts: After their Europa League loss to Frankfurt, the Light Blues were heartbroken and will want to finish their season strongly.

They may find it difficult to get up after the emotional lows of Wednesday night. However, silverware is still available at Hampden today and could provide the perfect pick-me-up.

Hearts it has been a fantastic season under Robbie Neilson and this trophy would simply be the cherry on top of the campaign.

European football is a guarantee for the Jambos next year and a third place finish this season alongside the Scottish Cup Final spot puts their fans on cloud nine.

They will have a lot of faith that they can replicate their success 10 years ago, when they beat Hibs to win the cup.

Is the game available on TV? Who is in?

Football Scotland contains everything you need.

Rangers vs Hearts:

Rangers vs Hearts face off TODAY on Saturday, May 21st.

Kickoff is at 3pm.

Hampden Park is the venue.

Rangers vs Hearts on TV.

Yes, it is!

Premier Sports and BBC Scotland will share the broadcasting rights.

Both channels will be covered at 2.30pm and 2.30pm respectively.

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Is it possible to live-stream the match?

Premier Sports offers subscribers a stream via their App and Website.

BBC iPlayer also will be showing the game.

Neither club will offer PPV for this game.

Who refers?

Willie Collum is the man in middle.

He will have the support of Dougie Potter, Daniel McFarlane and Nick Walsh.

What’s the most recent team news?

Rangers will not have Borna Barisic because the left-back was injured against Eintracht Frankfurt.

Giovanni Van Bronckhorst stated that everyone else made it through the match in Seville without any injuries, but Filip Helander (foot), Alfredo Morelos(thigh), and attacker Ianis Hagi [knee] remain sidelined.

Jon McLaughlin (former Jambos goalkeeper) will be the first to start the final with Allan McGregor, the regular number one.

Robbie Neilson, Hearts manager, is expected to have a full team to choose from, with Beni Baningime (knee) being a long-term absentee.

There are questions about the fitness and sharpness in a number of key players. John Souttar and Cammy Devlin, Michael Smith and Craig Halkett have all recently returned to play after being injured lay-offs.

Neilson must decide whether to choose Souttar. He has already signed a pre-contract agreement with Rangers.

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