Rangers are back in action this afternoon as they head to Hampden to take on Hearts in the Scottish Cup final looking to banish their Europa League heartbreak.
After losing to Frankfurt on Wednesday night in Seville, the Light Blues wrap up the season this afternoon aiming to lift the famous trophy for the first time since 2009.
The Gers have beaten Stirling Albion, Annan Athletic, Dundee and Celtic on their way to the final while Hearts have faces Auchinleck Talbot, Livingston, St Mirren and Hibs to secure their spot.
Rangers-bound defender John Souttar could make his final appearance for the Tynecastle side ahead of his move to Ibrox, while several Rangers stars could play their last game for the Light Blues.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the Scottish Cup final:
What TV channel is Rangers v Hearts on?
Both BBC One Scotland and Premier Sports will be broadcasting the game live from Hampden. Coverage starts at 2pm on the BBC and 2.30 on Premier.
How to live stream Rangers v Hearts in the Scottish Cup final
Viewers can stream the game via the BBC iPlayer or Premier Sports App – while Rangers TV will also be showing it live for viewers outside the UK.
Jon McLaughlin is expected to start in goal while Borna Barisic is the only one of the players involved in Seville who won’t feature today. Alfredo Morelos, Ianis Hagi and Fil Helander all remain out injured.
Referee: Willie Collum
Assistant Referee 1: Daniel McFarlane
Assistant Referee 2: Dougie Potter
Fourth Official: Nick Walsh