Celtic host Rangers in the SWPL this evening as the race for the title heats up with just a few games left to play.

Fran Alonso's side triumphed in the previous meeting between the two rivals, sealing a 3-0 win as Malky Thomson's team suffered a first league loss in over a year.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of this evening's derby.

Where is the game being played?

Celtic are the home side so the match will be held at the Excelsior Stadium.

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What time is kick-off?

The derby will get under way at 7pm.

Is it on TV?

Yes. Sky Sports Football will be showing the match, with the broadcaster's coverage beginning a 6:30pm. 

Is there a live stream?

Yes. Sky subscribers can access a live stream of the match via the Sky Go app. Alternatively, a day pass for Sky Sports can be purchased for £11.99 on Now TV.

Who's the referee?

Gary Hanvidge will take charge of proceedings in Airdrie and he will be assisted by linesmen Ian Hart and Scott Bunting. Steven Reid is the fourth official.

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What's at stake?

The title remains a possibility for both teams - although they have some catching up to do. Glasgow City top the table having played an extra game, and Leanne Ross' side are currently five points clear of Celtic and nine ahead of Rangers with four games left to play after tonight's match.

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