THE SPFL have announced a change to Rangers' Premiership clash with Livingston after the kick-off was brought forward.

Steven Gerrard's side make the trip to the Tony Macaroni Arena on Wednesday, May 12 in their penultimate league game of the campaign.

The match was due to begin at 7.45pm but a request from both clubs has now seen that switched to 6pm.

HeraldScotland: Rangers manager Steven Gerrard

The Livi clash comes just days before Rangers are crowned as champions and captain James Tavernier will lift the Premiership trophy at home to Aberdeen on Saturday, May 15.

Rangers were 1-0 winners on their last trip to Livingston as Alfredo Morelos scored late on to move them within touching distance of the title.

Boss Gerrard was controversially sent-off at half-time for confronting referee John Beaton after he refused to award Morelos a penalty following a foul from keeper Max Stryjek.

HeraldScotland: Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is shown a yellow card during the Scottish Premiership match at the Almondvale Stadium, Livingston

Morelos went on to score the winner and Gerrard would serve a touchline ban as Rangers all-but clinched the title with victory over St Mirren a couple of days later at Ibrox.