Rangers vs Legia Warsaw for the Europa League qualification match on Thursday at Ibrox Stadium.
Rangers are confident they have to be very good in their game if they want to beat Legia Warsaw in the second leg of the UEFA Europa League play-offs at Ibrox.
The hosts are in excellent form, they do not lose in fifteen consecutive matches in all competitions, a record that comes since last season.
After drawing 0-0 in the first leg last week, Rangers prepared for this match with a 1-0 win against St. Mirren for the Scottish Premiership. Steven Gerrard’s players have been brilliant in recent weeks with six wins in their last seven games.
Connor Goldson and Nikola Katic have been instrumental in Rangers defensive line and they should be side by side in this game on Thursday.
The Scottish runners-up certainly want to make a good start and have achieved a positive result. The Rangers have already eliminated in this competition St. Joseph, Progres Niederkorn and Midtjylland.
Legia Warsaw was disappointed after the first leg draw 0-0 at home, as they had plenty of chances, but none were able to put the ball in the net.
The Polish club has a poor record in the Europa League, mainly when playing abroad, where they have won just one in their last nine games.
Legia Warsaw has struggled in recent times with striker Sandro Kulenovic poor form, he hasn’t scored any goals for some time. In this game, the Legia coach will try to change the situation and start scoring goals with the opportunities they create.
Rangers have been doing very well this season, with six goals in seven matches, while Legia Warsaw