Scottish Premiership: Celtic’s trip to Dundee United and Livingston vs Hearts live on Sky | Soccer News

Livingston v Hearts and Celtic’s trip to Dundee United are the last Scottish Premiership games selected to be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Robbie Neilson will take his team to the Tony Macaroni Arena on Sunday January 29 in search of their first victory against Livi this season.

It was a 1-1 draw when the teams last met at Tynecastle in November, while David Martindale’s side won the match in September 1-0.

After that game at 1:30 p.m., Celtic returned to Tannadice Park with Dundee United hoping to avoid another 9-0 defeat.

Former Tangerines boss Jack Ross was sacked after the hammering in August, with Liam Fox replacing him.

What else is to come?

The Scottish Premiership returns from the World Cup break on December 15 as Michael Beale takes charge of Rangers for the first time against Hibs, live on Sky Sports.

Two days later, the sky sports the cameras will then be in Pittodrie as Aberdeen take on leaders Celtic at 12.30pm followed by visiting Rangers on Tuesday at 8pm.

From Pittodrie, the Ibrox side travel to Dingwall to take on Ross County on December 23 and we’ll bring you that fixture followed by Hibernian’s clash against Celtic at Easter Road on December 28.

All eyes then turn to Govan after the New Year as Rangers host Celtic, live on Sky Sportson January 2 in what will no doubt be another action-packed Old Firm.

Motherwell v Hibernian and Rangers’ trips to Dundee United feature on Sky Sports’ first double-header of the month on January 8.

Ten days later, our cameras will be at Rugby Park as Kilmarnock host Rangers at 8pm on Wednesday January 18.

Scottish Premiership matches confirmed live on Sky Sports

Thursday, December 15: Rangers vs Hibernian, kick off 8pm

Saturday, December 17: Aberdeen vs Celtic, kick off 12.30pm

Tuesday, December 20: Aberdeen vs Rangers, kick off at 8 p.m.

Friday, December 23: Ross County vs Rangers, kick off 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, December 28: Hibernian vs Celtic, kick off 8pm

Monday January 2: Rangers v Celtic, kick off 12.30pm

Sunday January 8: Motherwell vs Hibernian, kick off 1.30pm

Sunday January 8: Dundee United v Rangers, kick off 4pm

Wednesday January 18: Kilmarnock v Rangers, kick off 8pm

Sunday January 29: Livingston v Hearts, kick off 1:30 p.m.

Sunday January 29: Dundee United v Celtic, kick off 4pm

Scottish Premiership and SWPL on Sky Sports

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Full details from Hampden Park following its announcement that Sky Sports will show more Scottish football than ever before, including the Scottish Women’s Premier League for the first time

Sky Sports – This season, up to 48 Cinch Premiership matches will be available on Sky Sports’ flagship channels, including Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event, along with at least five SWPL matches. From 2024/25, up to 60 Cinch Premiership will be live on Sky Sports, in addition to the SWPL.

Sky Sports News – Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Scottish football fans can enjoy Sky Sports News (channel 409) continuous editorial coverage of the Cinch Premiership and SWPL throughout the season.

Sky Sports Digital – Follow all the latest Scottish football news on and the app, including exclusive features and interviews, plus dedicated live blog coverage, in-game clips from matches live on Sky Sports and free highlights.

Sky Sports Social – As well as league coverage and visibility across all major Sky Sports social media channels, the bespoke Twitter channel @ScotlandSky will continue to be the home of all Scottish football content on Sky Sports.

Highlights show – Tune in each week for a dedicated Cinch Premiership roundup on Sky Sports Football.

To download the Sky Sports app click here, to visit the Sky Sports website click here.

Sky Sports is the home of domestic football in the UK and Ireland, with over 400 games a season in the SPFL, SWPL, Premier League, WSL and EFL.

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