The Old Firm rivals will face off at the national stadium on Sunday for the right to play Hibernian or Hearts in next month’s showpiece.
Anticipation is building ahead of a monumental showdown, with Premiership leaders Celtic chasing a domestic treble and Rangers similarly eager to to lift silverware this season.
With Ange Postecoglou’s side on course to reclaim the top-flight crown, success in the Scottish Cup has become all the more important for Rangers and manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst.
The Ibrox club will descend on Mount Florida this weekend off the back of their Europa League quarter-final second leg against Braga to cap a season-defnining few days.
Celtic have built up some real momentum in recent weeks, including a 7-0 thrashing of St Johnstone last Saturday, and have managed to exploit the Light Blues defensive frailties during their previous two derby meetings.
We’ve gathered all the information you need on the match and how to watch it below…
What time does Celtic vs Rangers kick-off?
Who: Celtic vs Rangers
What: Scottish Cup (Semi-Final)
Where: Hampden Park, Glasgow
When: Sunday, April 17th – kick-off 2.00pm.
How to watch on TV – Is there a live stream?
Yes, the game will be shown live on Premier Sports 1. Coverage begins at 1pm. Subscribers can stream the match via the Premier Player on all electronic devices (smartphone, laptop, tablet etc...). Premier Sports package costs £9.99 a month.
A pay-per-view option will also be available via Celtic TV and Rangers TV.
What are the latest match odds?
CELTIC 6/5 | DRAW 12/5 | RANGERS 2/1
What’s the team news ahead of Celtic vs Rangers?
Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou is awaiting news on whether Giorgos Giakoumakis and David Turnbull will be passed fit to be named in the matchday squad.
Both players were forced off with injuries during last weekend’s 7-0 rout of St Johnstone at Parkhead and their fitness will be monitored closesly by the club’s medical staff ahead of Sunday’s encounter.
Japanese striker Kyogo Furuhashi is expected to feature but is “unlikely” to start the match according to the Australian.
Centre-back Stephen Welsh is ruled out with a groin strain, while the well-being of pacy winger James Forrest remains unclear.
Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst will assess his squad following Thursday night’s European match against Braga.
The Dutchman, who has to make do without defender Filip Helander (foot) and top goalscorer Alfredo Morelos (thigh) until the summer, will hope all of his players come through the tie unscathed.
John Lundstram picked up a knock during last Sunday’s 4-0 victory over St Mirren and was unable to continue but the midfielder returned to training earlier this week and could play some part.