Rangers vs Union Saint-Gilloise LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news for TONIGHT'S Champions League qualifier – updates | The Sun

RANGERS have it all to do if they are to keep their dream of a first Champions League campaign since 2010 alive.

The Gers were humiliated by Belgian side Union Saint-Gilloise in the first leg but they can rescue their hopes tonight at the Ibrox.

  • Start time: 7:45pm BST
  • Live stream: Rangers TV
  • Rangers XI: To follow
  • Union Saint-Gilloise XI: To follow

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Latest odds

To qualify including ET and Pen

  • Rangers to qualify 13/5
  • Union Saint-Gilloise 1/4

*Odds from Betfair correct at time of publication

  • Lloyd Canfield

    Rangers subs.

    And here is the subs bench for Rangers tonight…

    McGregor, McCrorie, Ridvan, Davies, King, Jack, Davis, Kamara, Matondo, Morelos, Wright, Fashion JR.

  • Lloyd Canfield

    Rangers starting XI…

    This is your Rangers team for tonight's game…

    McLaughlin, Tavernier, Goldson, Sands, Barisic, Lawrence, Lundstram, Arfield, Tillman, Kent, Colak.

  • Lloyd Canfield

    Comeback season…

    Rangers are in serious trouble as they look to secure Champions League football for the first time since 2010.

    They are going to have to overturn a 2-0 deficit at Ibrox tonight, which is no easy feat no matter the opposition.

    Last time out a low drive into the bottom corner from Teddy Teuma gave Union Saint-Gilloise a deserved lead in Leuven.

    And in the second half, Rangers were left fuming when VAR gave a controversial penalty after Connor Goldson was adjudged to have hanballed.

    Dante Vanzeir then converted the spot kick to double the hosts' advantage to give Giovanni van Bronckhorst's men an uphill battle at Ibrox.

  • Lloyd Canfield

    Good evening from the Ibrox!

    Welcome to SunSport’s live coverage of this evening’s Champions League qualification clash between Rangers and Union Saint-Gilloise.

    Today marks the second ever taste of Champions League football for the hosts who were runners-up in the Belgian first tier last season.

    Rangers also finished second in the Scottish Premiership alongside a fantastic Europa League run which saw the Gers lose out on penalties to Eintracht Frankfurt in the final.

    The first ever meeting between the two sides a week ago ended with a 2-0 defeat for Rangers, who will need to rescue the result today if they want to play Champions League football next season.

    We will bring you team news shortly as we build up to kick-off.

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