Is Hearts vs Rangers on TV? Live streaming, TV channels, PPV, referees, team news and kick-off times

There’s literally nothing to play on Tynecastle when the curtains close on the Major League season.

Hearts have secured third place and European football next season.

Rangers, meanwhile, ceded their title to Celtic after taking a six-point lead at the turn of the year.

But Gio van Bronckhorst’s men have a bigger fish to try as they set their sights on Europa League glory.

Thousands of fans will descend on Seville next week ahead of Wednesday’s game against Frankfurt.

The Light Blues will then return to Glasgow hoping to face Jambos in the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday.

With that in mind, both clubs are likely to field a second tier team for the final league game of the season.

Here, Scottish Football tells you everything you need to know before Hearts vs Rangers.

When is Hearts vs Rangers?

Hearts host Rangers at Tynecastle Park on Saturday, May 14.

Kick-off at 12:15 WIB.

Is Hearts vs Rangers on TV?

Unfortunately, the Premier League match will not be broadcast by Sky Sports.

Can I live stream Hearts vs Rangers and is there PPV?

Yes, Hearts season pass holders can access the game for free.

Jambos also offers a live streaming option for supporters of both clubs.

The pay-per-view pass can be purchased for £15 here.

Who is the referee?

Kevin Clancy will be the man in the middle at Tynecastle.

He will be assisted by Frank Connor and John McCrossan.

Mike Roncone has been appointed as the fourth official.

How’s the latest team?

Robbie Neilson and Gio van Bronckhorst are likely to rest their key lieutenants ahead of next week’s cup final.

Aaron McEneff, Michael Smith, Cammy Devlin and Andy Halliday are all available for Hearts after returning from injury.

John Souttar will be on the bench but is unlikely to play any role in his last home game for Jambos.

Craig Halkett could be involved as he builds his fitness for the Scottish Cup Final.

Rangers will be without the long-term crocks of Alfredo Morelos, Ianis Hagi and Filip Helander.

Kemar Roofe has not been training with the first team squad as he continues his injury return.

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