Rangers v Albion Rovers cup-tie switched for live TV

RANGERS' William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final showdown with Albion Rovers at Ibrox has been moved back 24 hours.

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The Rangers v Albion Rovers tie will be live on Sky Sports
The Rangers v Albion Rovers tie will be live on Sky Sports

The game will now be played on Sunday, March 9, with a 3.30pm kick-off and will be screened live on Sky Sports - leading to a huge cash windfall for James Ward's League Two Rovers.

The Raith Rovers-St Johnstone clash will be played on Saturday, March 8 at 12.15pm and will also be live on Sky Sports.

Inverness Caley Thistle and Dundee United will also be played on the Sunday with a 12.30pm start, and live coverage on BBC Scotland.

The remaining tie between Aberdeen and Dumbarton will be on the Saturday at 3pm.

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