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The Scottish Premiership’s Final Fixtures of 2022




The final fixtures of the Scottish Premiership for the 2022 season are just around the corner, and it’s time to get ready for the big day. Here’s what you need to know.

Celtic v Rangers

Rangers vs Celtic has been a popular Scottish football match since the 19th century. Both clubs are competing in the Scottish Premiership, which is a league of 12 teams.

The two rivals will meet three times in the regular season. Each side is looking to finish in the top six. One of those games is the Old Firm Derby, which is a high profile and highly anticipated fixture.

It is estimated that Celtic won the league last season and have made a few good signings this summer. Ange Postecoglou has picked up some big names, such as Aaron Mooy and Mortez Jenz.

This season, Rangers and Celtic are vying for the Scottish title and will face each other in the Old Firm derby on April 8 at the Ibrox Stadium. Celtic are nine points clear of their rivals at the top of the table, but will need more help to keep up the pace.
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Celtic have not lost a competitive match against their rivals in over a decade. They won the Old Firm rematch 6-1 in October. That’s the biggest win in the history of this fixture.

Celtic have won the Scottish Premiership in the last two seasons. Ange Postecoglou’s team have made a few big names in the summer. He has picked up Mortez Jenz and Reo Hatate, along with Aaron Mooy.

Video assistant referee system

Video assistant referees (VAR) will be used at all Scottish Premiership matches starting next weekend, as well as at all Scottish Cup matches played at Hampden Park. This is just a small part of the broader plan to improve the quality of football in Scotland, with a focus on officiating.

A VAR is a camera system that can watch a game live, and will help to identify errors, including goals and straight red cards. In some cases, the technology will be able to make a recommendation on whether a play should be halted.

There are four different types of VAR, each designed to cover a specific area of the game. The top-tier model will employ semi-automatic offside technology that can spot a build-up of offside players, and will go the extra mile by suggesting a play should be halted.

The Scottish FA spent three years designing and testing the best way to use this technology. It was tested in a number of leagues and competitions, including the TFF First League and the Scottish League Cup.

For this reason, it’s not surprising that all but one of the Premiership clubs are in favour of VAR. Several of them have already started to prepare for their debut matches, which include Hibs’ home match against St Johnstone and Hearts’ clash with Celtic.

TV schedule for fans in the United States

The Scottish Premiership is a league competition for men’s professional football clubs in Scotland. It was formed after the merger of the Scottish Premier League and the Scottish Football League. As of the 2022/23 season, CBS Sports/Paramount+ will hold the media rights.

Fans in the United States can watch the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Championship live with the help of CBS Sports Network and Paramount+. However, before these two services were launched, Fox Sports held the Scottish Premiership media rights.

On Saturdays, BT Sport broadcasts live Premier League games at 12:30 p.m., while on Sundays, games are shown at either 7:30 p.m. or 8:15 p.m. Depending on the location, some matches are played at 6 p.m.

Fans can also stream games on PCs, Macs, tablets, Roku, and other connected devices. Additionally, subscribers of Paramount+ can stream select matches from the Women’s Super League, NWSL, and UEFA Champions League.

Alternatively, fans can also watch the Scottish Premiership on television. Most matches are televised by Sky Sports, while some are aired by CBS Sports Network and Paramount+.

Fans can also watch games on the free Soccer TV Schedules App. Located on iOS and Android devices, this app offers listings of all live soccer matches in the U.S.

As part of their rights package, fans of the Scottish Premiership will receive a weekly highlights program covering the entire league. Fans can also access this service for free by signing up for a seven-day trial.

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