RANGERS will return to Premiership action on Tuesday night now that the winter break has concluded, and Giovanni van Bronckhorst and his players face a tricky trip to the North East to face Aberdeen.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of the match.

Where is the game taking place?

The match will go ahead at Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen.

What time is kick-off?

The match is scheduled to begin at 7:45pm on Tuesday evening.

Is it on TV?

Yes. Sky Sports are broadcasting the match live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event, with their coverage starting at 7:15pm.

What are the pre-match odds?

The Premiership champions are odds-on favourites, with most bookies offering odds of around 1/2 for a win for Van Bronckhorst's men, while the Dons can be backed at around 11/2. 

What's the latest team news?

Van Bronckhorst has already confirmed that Sweidish defender Filip Helander, midfielder Steven Davis and Scott Arfield - who announced his retirement from international duty this week - are not fit and won't face Aberdeen.

January signing James Sands is available to be pitched into the matchday squad, while Nigeria internationalist Joe Aribo is still representing his country at AFCON.

Question marks remain over Kemar Roofe and Ryan Jack, who have both resumed first-team training this week.

Marley Watkins remains absent for Aberdeen but Stephen Glass will be able to call upon Calvin Ramsay and Ryan Hedges, both of whom have been linked with moves down south.