ESPN has confirmed its next set of live and exclusive Clydesdale Bank Premier League fixtures for March and April, plus Rangers games from the Irn Bru Scottish Football League.
Headlining its next set of matches are the Dundee and Tayside derbies. Dundee United take on their Dundee neighbours at Tannadice on Sunday March 17, and United then travel to St Johnstone for the Tayside Derby (Monday April 1). Motherwell also entertain Hibernian (Friday March 15) and Hearts face Ross County (Saturday April 6).
Additionally, ESPN will broadcast Rangers games from the Irn Bru Scottish Football League. These include Rangers v East Stirling (Saturday March 2), Rangers v Stirling Albion (Saturday March 23) and Montrose v Rangers (Saturday March 30).
All Clydesdale Bank Premier League ties will be screened live and exclusive on ESPN and ESPN HD with Ray Stubbs presenting the coverage with Derek Rae and Craig Burley overseeing the action from the commentary box. ESPN reporter, Darrell Currie, will be on site for every game securing exclusive interviews with players and managers.
These new fixtures add to ESPN’s already confirmed line-up of matches over the coming weeks. Its schedule includes:
(Times listed are kick-off times unless stated as on-air with **. Subject to change)
Wednesday 30th – St Johnstone v Aberdeen – 7:00pm**
Saturday 9th – Inverness v Celtic – 11:15am**
Monday 11th – Hibernian v St Johnstone – 7:00pm**
Saturday 23rd – Berwick Rangers v Rangers – 11:30am**
Sunday 24th – Dundee United v Hibernian – 4:15pm**
Tuesday 26th – Aberdeen v Ross County – 7:00pm**
Saturday 2nd – Rangers v East Stirlingshire – 12:00pm
Friday 15th – Motherwell v Hibernian – 7:45pm
Sunday 17th – Dundee United v Dundee – 12:00pm
Saturday 23rd – Rangers v Stirling – 12:00pm
Saturday 30th – Montrose v Rangers – 12:00pm
Monday 1st – St Johnstone v Dundee United – 8:00pm
Saturday 6th – Hearts v Ross County – 12:00pm
Sunday 7th – Queen’s Park v Rangers – 12:00pm
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