Ibrox will host the upcoming Rangers B clash with Celtic as the famous stadium officially prepares to host another Old Firm clash this season.

The two sides are set to meet on Sunday April 2nd – the day after Rangers face Dundee United at Ibrox – and supporters can buy tickets to attend the match.

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This promises to be a special occasion for all the young players involved as the likes of Zak Lovelace, Arron Lyall and Ross McCausland get the chance to impress on home soil.

Rangers B to face Celtic at Ibrox

The Rangers B team generally play their Lowland League home fixtures at the Dumbarton Football Stadium but we suspect this will be quite a different experience at Ibrox.

Rangers fans are also never shy to attend an Old Firm match of any type and especially one at Ibrox where the potential future of the club go head to head with their Celtic B rivals.

“Rangers are delighted to announce that the Old Firm B Team fixture in the Lowland League will take place at Ibrox – and you can buy your tickets now,” reads a Rangers statement.

“The young Gers are approaching the business end of their second season in the Lowland League and will be looking to produce a strong performance in front of a home crowd.

“The match will take place on Sunday April 2 with a 2pm kick-off, with tickets priced at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions. MyGers concessions and B Team season ticket holders can go free of charge.”

It’s not the first time this has happened of course – Rangers B faced Celtic in a Lowland League clash last season, winning 3-0 courtesy of goals from Ross McCausland, Alex Lowry and Tony Weston.

The result of the game could have a sizeable impact on the Lowland League standings come the end of the season too.

Rangers B are currently 2nd in the division, a solitary point behind Spartans in 1st, whilst Celtic are two points behind their eternal rivals.

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