After a midweek trip to Motherwell, we’re back at home this weekend, playing host to league leaders Rangers here at the Tony Macaroni Arena on Sunday afternoon.
The game is live on Sky Sports with a slightly different kick-off time of 4.30pm.
Whilst we collected our first point of the season at Fir Park on Wednesday, the Ibrox side made it 3 wins from 3 with a convincing 3-0 home win over St Johnstone.
This comes after an opening day 1-0 win at Pittodrie and a 3-0 home win over St Mirren making it 7 scored without return so far.
New signing Leon Balogun has featured in all three games so far however, he was replaced at half-time on Wednesday due to injury and his manager, Steven Gerrard, has said he’ll miss today’s clash.
There was a debut from the bench for Kemar Roofe and a second appearances for Cedric Itten with both players likely to feature again at some stage in this one.
For the Lions, goalkeeper Robby McCrorie will be ineligible to play against his parent club meaning there could be a debut on the cards for either Max Stryjek or Brian Schwake in goals – with man of the people Gary Maley also available to fill the role if called upon.
Ciaran Brown will be given every opportunity to make the game having limped off in the early stages at Fir Park during the week. New signing and former Rangers player Jason Holt could also be set for a debut against his old club having been unused sub on Wednesday.
Man of the moment Lyndon Dykes will lead the line for the Lions and he’ll be looking to score for a third consecutive Premiership game in a row for the first time. He was of course sent-off against Rangers at Ibrox last season in a 3-1 defeat.
Whilst we didn’t have much joy against this weekend’s visitors last season, a first-half Dolly Menga strike in our first clash of the 2018/19 season was enough to see us record a fine 1-0 win on our return season in the top flight.
How to Watch the Game?
Sadly, there is no Pay-Per-View option for this game as it’s being shown live on Sky Sports.
Season ticket holders can still watch the stream via LFC Live but non-season ticket holders will have to tune in to the game on Sky or listen to the commentary on LFC Live too.
Last 6 Meetings
Feb 2020 – Rangers 1-0 Livingston
Nov 2019 – Livingston 0-2 Rangers
Sep 2019 – Livingston 0-1 Rangers (Betfred Cup)
Sep 2019 – Rangers 3-1 Livingston
Jan 2019 – Livingston 0-3 Rangers
Nov 2018 – Rangers 3-0 Livingston
Rangers Summer Signings
Cedric Itten from St Gallen.
Kemar Roofe from Anderlecht
Ianis Hagi from Genk (loan move turned permanent)
Jermain Defoe from Bournemouth (loan move turned permanent)
Leon Balogun from Wigan Athletic
Jon McLaughlin from Sunderland
Calvin Bassey from Leicester City
Charlie Lindsay from Glentoran
James Graham from Ross County
Referee – Nick Walsh
Assistant Referees – Sean Carr & Ralph Gordon
Fourth Official – Gavin Ross