Rangers vs. Union Saint-Gilloise result

Rangers vs. Union Saint-Gilloise result: Rangers seal Champions League play off spot with 3-0 fightback win over Union Saint Gilloise

Rangers face Union Saint-Gilloise in Champions League qualification with Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team 2-0 down from last week’s first leg in Belgium.

Goals from Teddy Teuma and Dante Vanzeir gave Union Saint-Gilloise the advantage in the Champions League third qualifying round as Rangers failed to find form. By van Bronckhorst’s own admission, his team was “lucky” to concede only two goals.

Alfredo Morelos could return to the Ranger’s starting lineup after recovering from injury. At the same time, Ryan Kent could also feature for last season’s Europa League finalists following a spell on the sidelines.

The Ibrox club aims to qualify for the group stages of the Champions League for the first time since the 2010/11 season. Rangers vs Union St Giles Time?
The Rangers will host the Union Saint-Gilloise on Tuesday, August 9 at 7:45 pm ET at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, England.

The Union Saint Gilois Rangers lineup was predicted.
Morelos and Kent could return to the Rangers squad last week after playing in the third Champions League qualifier against Union Sangiro. This boosts the Scottish team and strengthens their attacking line when they need a goal to come back from a draw.

“Ryan did some of his training today (Monday),” Van Bronckhorst said. “We will have to assess tomorrow if he is fit enough to start.” Fashion Sakara is also part of the Rangers squad again.

Details: Shocked Rangers, 2-0 defeat in Champions League qualifiers

Rangers starting grid (4-3-3): McLaughlin (GK) – Barisic, Suter, Goldson, Tavernier – Lundstram, Kamara, Lawrence – Kent, Morelos, Tillman

Union Saint Giroise head coach Karel Gellerts has made some changes ahead of the weekend against Mechelen. Geraerts was unhappy with the performance of his side which lost 3-0, but his key players should be well rested. The Belgian side might call in new signing Osama El Azouzi, but Victor Boniface was too late to sign up for Tuesday night’s match against Rangers at Ibrox.

1st XI of FA Saint-Gillois (3-5-2): Maurice-Burgess, Sykes, Van der Heyden-Neukoop, Laboissen, Amane, Lane, Thoma-Edingra, Anzier

How to watch Rangers vs. Union Saint-Gilloise

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TV channel
Streaming RangersTV RangersTV RangersTV RangersTV

UK: Champions League matches are carried by BT Sport in the United Kingdom, but not all qualifiers are broadcast. This match is available to watch PPV on RangersTV.

USA: Champions League matches are carried by CBS Sports in the USA, but not all qualifiers are broadcast. This match is available to watch PPV on RangersTV.

Canada: Champions League matches are carried by DAZN in Canada, but not all qualifiers are broadcast. This match is available to watch PPV on RangersTV.

Australia: Champions League matches are carried by Stan Sport in Australia, but not all qualifiers are broadcast. This match is available to watch PPV on RangersTV.

Rangers vs. Union Saint-Gilloise betting odds

Rangers are favorites to win on the night, but last season’s Europa League finalists have a 2-0 deficit to overturn from the first leg to win the tie as a whole.

Union Saint-Gilloise demonstrated the threat they carry in front of goal in front of their own fans in the first leg, but Ibrox has a reputation for being one of the most difficult away stadiums to visit in Europe. How will they cope in this environment? The Belgians have the advantage, but this tie is far from over.

UK
(Sky Bet)
USA
(DraftKings)
Canada
(Sports Interaction)
Rangers Win 4/6 -145 1.67
Draw 29/10 +300 3.86
Union Saint-Gilloise Win 18/5 +370 4.80
Over 2.5 Goals 4/5 -105 1.93
Both Teams to Score 4/5 -110 1.84

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