THE final Celtic v Rangers Premiership game of the season has been scheduled for Sunday, April 29 at Parkhead.
Brendan Rodgers’ team need three points for their seventh successive title and they travel to Hibs on the weekend before the Old Firm clash.
There will be a midweek Edinburgh derby, with Hearts hosting Hibs on May 9.
Kilmarnock and Hearts will both make a third visit to Ibrox due to an imbalance in the system.
Rangers, who meet Celtic in a Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday, have already faced all five of their top-six rivals twice at home.
In the bottom half of the table, last-placed Partick Thistle take on Ross County, currently one point better off, at Firhill on Friday May 4.
Celtic end the season at home to Aberdeen, while Hibs host Rangers. The Dons, runners-up for the past three campaigns, and second-placed Rangers are currently locked on points, with Hibs just three behind.
A spokesman for the Scottish Professional Football League said: “We want to thank supporters for the patience they have shown during the compilation of the post-split fixture schedule.
“Working with the 12 clubs, Police Scotland and our broadcast partners to produce a set of fixtures that meets everyone’s requirements can often be a complex and time-consuming process, but fans can now look forward to an exciting conclusion to the Ladbrokes Premiership campaign.”
Saturday, April 21
Hibs v Celtic, Kilmarnock v Aberdeen, Dundee v St Johnstone, Partick Thistle v Hamilton Accies, Ross County v Motherwell
Sunday, April 22
Rangers v Hearts
Friday, April 27
Aberdeen v Hearts
Saturday, April 28
Hibs v Kilmarnock, Hamilton Accies v Ross County, Motherwell v Dundee, St Johnstone v Partick Thistle
Sunday, April 29
Celtic v Rangers
Friday, May 4
Partick Thistle v Ross County
Saturday, May 5
Aberdeen v Hibs, Rangers v Kilmarnock, Dundee v Hamilton Accies, Motherwell v St Johnstone
Sunday, May 6
Hearts v Celtic
Tuesday, May 8
Aberdeen v Rangers, Hamilton Accies v St Johnstone, Partick Thistle v Motherwell, Ross County v Dundee
Wednesday, May 9
Celtic v Kilmarnock, Hearts v Hibs
Saturday, May 12
Dundee v Partick Thistle, Motherwell v Hamilton Accies, St Johnstone v Ross County
Sunday, May 13
Celtic v Aberdeen, Hibs v Rangers, Kilmarnock v Hearts
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