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SPFL Announces Cinch Premiership Schedules for Rounds 34-38

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The Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) has today published the post-split fixture list for the 2021/22 cinch Premiership season on the back of a thrilling weekend of football.

The schedule for the final five fixture rounds has now been confirmed, with the 30 games to be played across the weekend of April 23/24, the weekend of April 30/May 1, the weekend of May 7/8, the midweek of May 10/11, and the weekend of May 14/15.

The final fixtures in this season’s cinch Premiership top six will take place on Saturday May 14, while the cinch Premiership bottom six will conclude on Sunday May 15.

Six post-split fixtures have so far been selected for live coverage on Sky Sports and further selections may also be made in the bottom six on fixture round 38.

The two legs of the cinch Premiership play-off final, which will be shown live on Sky Sports, will follow on Friday May 20 and Monday May 23.

Calum Beattie, SPFL Company Secretary & Director of Operations, said:

“We know that fans have been eagerly awaiting the news of this year’s cinch Premiership post-split fixtures, given there is so much still to play for right across the division.

“Planning for the different permutations has been a bit different this year, with seven clubs competing for the final three spots in the top six before round 33.

“It was an incredible Saturday afternoon of football, with dramatic late goals for Ross County and Motherwell seeing them join Celtic, Rangers, Heart of Midlothian and Dundee United in the top six.

“We are pleased to be able to announce the post-split fixture list and TV selections today.

“It is going to be a really exciting conclusion to the season, with the title race and battle to avoid relegation and the play-off still to be concluded, and the quest for European places also set to go down to the wire.

“Everyone at the SPFL hopes supporters enjoy the post-split matches and wish all 12 cinch Premiership clubs the very best of luck for the rest of the season.”

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