Is Rangers v Ross County on TV? Many fans have been asking on Google as Michael Beale welcomes Malky Mackay’s side to Ibrox on Saturday.

The Scottish giants will be looking to extend their winning streak to seven games in all competitions after Wednesday’s 3-0 victory away to Hearts.

A number of Rangers fans will be hoping to watch their beloved Gers in action as Beale continues his excellent start to life in the dugout, but many are unsure if the game will be broadcast.

So, is Rangers v Ross County on TV? Let’s take a look…

Is Rangers v Ross County on TV?

Unfortunately for Rangers fans, the Scottish Premiership clash with Ross County is not on mainstream TV channels such as Sky Sports, BT Sport or the BBC.

However, supporters with a Rangers TV subscription will be able to watch live footage of the game, according to Glasgow Live.

Live commentary of Rangers v Ross County will also be available on BBC Radio Scotland for those who have no way of watching the clash against Mackay’s side.

Beale has already criticised broadcasters such as Sky Sports for not showing more Scottish football, as the 42-year-old felt Wednesday’s clash between second and third in Scotland’s top-flight deserved to be aired.

As quoted by the Daily Record, he said: “At this moment in time, Scottish football is really colourful. We’ve got players coming in from outside, whether that’s from down south, or from Asia and one or two from around Europe. The league’s in a really good place, so we should focus on the football.

“It was disappointing that game wasn’t on TV. You have two teams unbeaten over ten games and something that had to give.”

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In truth, Beale has a point.

Scottish football is a fantastic spectacle right now, with players such as Todd Cantwell and Nicolas Raskin joining the likes of Alfredo Morelos and others in delivering entertaining performances.

Hopefully, despite the fact Rangers vs Ross County will not be shown on mainstream TV, Scottish football does receive more exposure from broadcasters soon.

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