Sky Sports has announced four additional Scottish Premier League matches that will be shown live during November and December.

Current leaders Rangers will host rival Aberdeen live on Sky Sports on November 22 at 12 p.m. Sky Sports will also show flights to Ross County (December 6) and Dundee United (December 13), both starting at midday.

On December 20, Celtic Neil Lennon moved to Livingston, live at midday on Sky Sports, the only broadcaster to provide live coverage of the Scottish Super League.

These four matches are in addition to the three games already announced for the coming weeks, starting with Celtic’s trip to Aberdeen on Sunday, on Sky Sports at 12 p.m., with Lennon looking to recover afterwards. Defeat of Old Firm by Rangers last Sunday.

High flying rangers, Who beat Standard Liege on Thursday 2-0 in the European League, Also moved to Kilmarnock this coming Sunday (Nov.1) at midday, before visiting Celtic Motherwell a week later on Nov.8.

Scottish League matches confirmed live on Sky Sports

Sunday, October 25: Aberdeen vs Celtic game, 12:00 noon

Sunday, November 1: Kilmarnock vs Rangers, kick-off at 12:00 noon

Sunday, November 8: Motherwell vs. Celtic game, at noon

Sunday 22 November: Rangers vs Aberdeen, kick-off at 12pm

Sunday 6 December: Ross County vs Rangers, kick-off at 12:00 noon

Sunday 13 DecemberDandy United vs Rangers, kick-off at 12:00 noon

Sunday 20 DecemberLivingston vs Celtic, match at 12 noon

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Only one place to start this week’s podcast: Boyd and Walker joined Ian Crocker for a look at this season’s first Old Firm. Where did it go wrong with Celtic? Why was they performing so poorly? What now for Rangers? How can they build on their excellent win?