The RangersTV details for the flag day fixture between Rangers and Motherwell have been confirmed [Rangers.co.uk].

The champions head into the sixth round of 2021/22 Premiership fixtures top of the table following three consecutive league victories.

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Rangers are top of the league once again despite a difficult start to the season. (Photo by Lewis Storey/Getty Images)

Motherwell have also made a strong start to the campaign, and are fourth with ten points from their opening five matches.

Last season, in three meetings between the sides, the Gers triumphed twice and the other fixture ended 1-1.

Graham Alexander now presides over a much-changed ‘Well group, but Steven Gerrard will still be confident that his players can provide a win to add to the feel-good factor that the delayed flag day celebrations will bring to the stadium.

While a capacity crowd of 50,000 fans is expected on Sunday afternoon, RangersTV will be providing exclusive coverage worldwide for supporters unable to make it to Ibrox.

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Regular host Emma Dodds will lead the coverage and she’ll be joined in the studio by two Rangers heroes in Neil McCann and Alan Hutton.

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Neil McCann will be on punditry duty for the flag day fixture between Rangers and Motherwell on RangersTV. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

The action will be called by the vastly experienced Clive Tyldesley and he’ll be supported in the commentary box by former Gers midfielder and current Kelty Hearts manager Kevin Thomson.

The match is available to purchase for the usual PPV price of £9.99.

RangersTV coverage has been much improved since the onset of the pandemic and it’s good to see the club continuing to invest in this area even after the return of fans.

Before flag day, though, there’s the small matter of a Europa League clash against Lyon at the same venue and the hosts have reportedly received a major boost ahead of the game.

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