Motherwell host Rangers at Fir Park on Sunday as the visitors hope to pick up three points and close the gap on Old Firm rivals Celtic.

Midweek Europa League action saw Rangers walk away with a 1-1 draw with Young Boys, sending them into the last 32 of the Europa League.

The tie came after a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Celtic in the Betfred Cup Final last Sunday.

This weekend, Rangers will be hoping to continue their goalscoring run of form as they take on Motherwell, who are currently third in the Scottish Premiership table.

But is the game on TV? If so, what channel? What's the team news?

Here's all you need to know about Rangers’ upcoming fixture.

Where's the game being played?

Rangers make the trip to Fir Park to face Motherwell on Sunday, December 15.

Kick-off is 12pm.

Is the game on TV?

Fans can catch the action on Sky Sports Football.

The action gets underway at around 11am with some build-up from pundits.

Alternatively, you can follow our Herald and Times LIVE blog on the night.

Team news

Rangers playmaker Steven Davis suffered a foot injury against Aberdeen at the beginning of December and missed both the Betfred Cup Final and the Europa League match against Young Boys.

It remains to be seen if he will be fit enough for Sunday.

Jordan Jones returned to action in a bounce game on Tuesday afternoon but wasn’t fit enough for the Europa League match.

It’s possible he could make a proper return on Sunday.

Rangers defender Filip Helander could be out until after the midwinter break because of a foot injury he picked up at Hampden against Celtic.

Last weekend Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson sent some of the team home after they caught a sickness bug, so hopefully, they’ve recovered and are able to come back into the starting XI.

Devante Cole was replaced with Chris Long in their match against Hearts, so he might be making a return.