Premiership Dundee vs Rangers: TV channel, stream, kick-off time, odds & match preview Goal 16:30 11/24/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Getty Premiership Rangers Dundee v Rangers Dundee Friday’s hosts have just two wins from their 14 league games so far this season and come up against a Gers side desperate to close the gap at the top Graeme Murty takes charge of his fourth Rangers game of the season on Friday evening as the Glasgow side head north to Dundee.The interim boss has overseen two wins and a loss so far during his time in temporary control and has called for those in charge at the club to make a decision on his future either way.”I said at the start when I came in that I don’t think about my status or my role,” he said in the build-up to Friday’s fixture. “That hasn’t changed and my outlook hasn’t changed at all. It would be good for all involved if we had someone in place, whether that be me or someone else.” Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Rangers’ last trip to Dens Park came in February 2017 and ended in a 2-1 defeat under the guidance of Murty – will history repeat itself this evening or will the hosts return to winning ways? Game Dundee vs Rangers Date Friday, November 24 Time 19:45 GMT TV CHANNEL & LIVE STREAM In the UK, the game will be available to watch live on television on BT Sport One, as well as being available to stream live on the BT Sport app. UK TV channel Online stream BT Sport One BT Sport app SQUADS & TEAM NEWS Position Dundee players Goalkeepers Bain, Parish Defenders Meekings, O’Dea, Gadzhalov, McPake, Hendry, Etxabeguren, Waddell, Aurtenetxe, Holt, Kerr, Dryden Midfielders Curren, Kamara, Allan, McGowan, O’Hara, Vincent, Spence, Low, Deacon, Wolters, Forwards Moussa, El Bakhtaoui, Haber, Wighton, Leitch-Smith Darren O’Dea was sent off during the goalless draw against Kilmarnock last week and will miss Friday’s clash as a result.The captain will likely be replaced by Josh Meekings, while Kerr Waddell and Lewis Spence remain sidelined despite the former returning to first-team training.Potential Dundee starting XI: Parish; Kerr, Hendry, Meekings; Deacon, Kamara, McGowan, O’Hara, Aurtenetxe; Haber, El Bakhtaoui Position Rangers players Goalkeepers Foderingham, Alnwick, Kelly Defenders McCrorie, Wallace, Wilson, Tavernier, Bates, Hodson, John, Alves, Cardoso Midfielders Holt, Dorrans, Dalcio, Jack, Kranjcar, Pena, Rossiter, Windass Forwards Miller, Herrera, Morelos, Nemane, Candeias Lee Wallace, Graham Dorrans, and Jordan Rossiter are all unavailable for the trip, but left-back Declan John will return to the fold following a bout of sickness.Bruno Alves will not travel because of the back issue which kept him out of Rangers’ 2-0 loss at home to Hamilton last time out.Potential Rangers starting XI: Foderingham; Tavernier, McCrorie, Wilson, Hodson; Candeias, Jack, Holt, Windass; Miller, MorelosBETTING & MATCH ODDS Rangers are favourites at 8/15 according to dabblebet, with Dundee priced at 9/2 to cause an upset. The draw is placed at 10/3.Click here to get all the latest odds and markets for the clash between Dundee and Rangers.GAME PREVIEW The mood in the stands at Ibrox is quickly changing from defiance to apathy, with last week’s 2-0 home defeat to Hamilton a turning point for sections of the support. The club currently sit in fourth in the Scottish top flight, nine points behind leaders Celtic and three behind second-place Aberdeen.Rangers outspent the rest of the division by some margin over the summer, excluding Old Firm rivals Celtic, but have not yet seen the return on the pitch and are still without a permanent manager four weeks after the dismissal of Pedro Caixinha.A trip to bottom-of-the-table Dundee is a welcome fixture for Murty and his team as they look to get back to winning ways.Friday’s hosts have won just one of their last 18 Scottish Premiership matches against Rangers (D2 L15); in fact, they’ve have won just three of the 29 matches they have played against Rangers in the top-flight (D4 L22), failing to score in 15 of those meetings.While the tie looks to be a reasonably easy one for Rangers, they can take nothing for granted against Neil McCann’s side whose home form is considerably stronger than their away.