Rangers travel north to face Ross County looking to avoid any slip up's as the Scottish Premiership title race enters a thrilling finale. 

A lot has been said about Rangers' fixture against Dundee being postponed for a second time during the week, but the attention now turns to Dingwall, where Philippe Clement will be desperate to build momentum.

Rangers are playing catch-up with title rivals, Celtic. This clash in The Highlands is one of two games in hand, as they look to reduce a four point gap after the Hoops' win over St Mirren on Saturday afternoon. 

County, on the other hand, are fighting for their lives down at the bottom of the table, and need results to go their way if they want to avoid drifting further afield in the relegation play-off spot.

There's a lot at stake across the country and here's everything you need to know about this one...

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When is Ross County vs Rangers? 

Ross County host Rangers TODAY - Sunday April 14. 

The game will kick-off at 12pm.

It will be played at Global Energy Stadium, Dingwall.

Is Ross County vs Rangers on TV and can I live stream it? 

Yes, this game has been selected for live television by broadcasters Sky Sports.

The studio will go live at 11am on both Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football. 

Non subscribers can buy a Now TV day pass for £11.99. You can also stream the match via Sky Go. 

Meanwhile, UK & Ireland Rangers TV subscribers can listen to live audio, and those overseas will be treated to full 90 coverage.

You can catch the highlights either on Sky Sports News later in the evening or the following morning, or alternatively tune in to BBC Scotland's Sportscene, which begins at 7:15pm on Sunday evening.

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Team news

The extra days rest following the postponement in Dundee on Wednesday could influence Clement's selection. However, with a busy run-in, the Belgian may be tempted to bring Abdallah Sima, Todd Cantwell and Rabbi Matondo into the starting XI after influential cameos off the bench last weekend.

The major injury update for Rangers is regarding midfielder Mohamed Diomande, who will be absent from this one. The 22-year-old sustained a thumb injury against Celtic and Clement confirmed he would miss the journey to the Highlands. 

He stated:  "Diomande underwent a thumb operation following contact in the Old Firm match, ruling him out for the weekend. Fortunately, it's not a long-term setback."

Additionally, Danilo, Oscar Cortes, and Ryan Jack remain sidelined for the Light Blues, while Ridvan Yilmaz's availability is uncertain.

Ross County will access Josh Reid, who was substituted in their previous game, but it's thought the left back is unlikely to feature in the upcoming match.