Braga journey to Glasgow to face Rangers for the second leg of their Europa League quater-final tie tonight.
Carlos Carvalhal’s aspect head to Ibrox with a one aim benefit because of a Abel Ruiz strike final week.
Rangers head into the conflict on the again of a 4-0 win away to St Mirren on Sunday, after a hat-trick from striker Kemar Roofe.
Awaiting the winner of the quarter-final tie is both Leipzig or Atalanta within the Europa League semi-finals on 28 April.
Right here is all the pieces you might want to know.
When is Rangers vs Braga?
The match will kick off at 8:00pm BST on Thursday 14 April.
How can I watch it?
The Europa League quarter-final second leg shall be proven stay on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Final, with protection ranging from 7:15pm.
Rangers shall be with out star striker Alfredo Morelos, who’s out for the remainder of the season, after sustaining an damage away with Colombia final month. Giovanni van Bronckhorst is also with out John Lundstram because the Ibrox gaffer revealed the midfielder is touch-and-go for the quarter-final tie.
Allan McGregor will make his 104th look in a Uefa membership competitors, searching for his forty third clear sheet.
The Portuguese aspect shall be with out first-choice left-back Nuno Sequeira, which means 18 yr outdated Rodrigo Gomes might proceed to deputise in that place.
The Horta brothers, André and Ricardo, will each begin in midfield; the captain, Ricardo, has scored 17 Europa League objectives for Braga to this point. Abel Ruiz, who scored at Ibrox two years in the past after which within the first leg, will proceed to steer the road.
One other low-scoring affair seems to be on the horizon, with Carlos Carvalhal’s aspect trying to defend their slim advanatge. Nevertheless Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s Rangers are an actual pressure to be reckoned with at residence and can hope Kemar Roofe can stick with it his spectacular league kind into the European competitors.
Rangers 2-0 Braga