Matchday Guide | Rangers (H)

Kilmarnock will host Rangers in a cinch Premiership clash under the Rugby Park floodlights on Wednesday 18th January.

The 8pm kick-off will be shown live to international Killie TV customers, while UK-based subscribers can tune in for audio presented by John Barnes and Gary Holt.

Team News

Lewis Mayo is ineligible to play against his parent club. Ben Chrisene and Liam Donnelly are also likely to miss out due to injuries accumulated in last weekend’s Viaplay League Cup semi-final.

Innes Cameron and Jeriel Dorsett remain on the sidelines.

Entry Information

Season pass holders have been issued a link via email which can be used to secure tickets for friends and family. Non-season pass holders that have purchased home end tickets from the club in the past three years can secure their seats in-person at the Killie Ticket Office.

The ticket office will be open between 10am – 1pm for ticket sales, and will reopen between 6pm – 8pm for matchday collections only.

Please note that turnstiles NE1 and NE2 will be closed to the home support. Turnstiles in use will open at 6.30pm.


Travel Information

Supporters should be aware of roadworks on Queens Drive, which may cause delays when entering Kilmarnock town centre via the Bellfield roundabout.

Killie TV

The match will be broadcast to international subscribers who will be able to view coverage as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal. John Barnes will be joined by Gary Holt in the Rugby Park commentary box for this one.

You can subscribe to Killie TV here.

Should you experience any issues, then please get in touch with


-2° at kick-off: low chance of precipitation and a gentle breeze.

Match Officials

Referee: Kevin Clancy

Assistant Referees: Frank Connor & Steven Traynor

Fourth Official: Gavin Duncan

VAR: Don Robertson

AVAR: David McGeachie

Killie Superstore

Wrap up, it’s going to be a cold one! The Killie Superstore is open from 9am right up until kick-off so there’s plenty of time to grab some Killie knitwear in preparation for a frosty night in the stands.