Rangers vs Braga LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news for massive Europa league match-up – latest updates

RANGERS are looking to overturn a one-goal deficit as they host Braga in the Europa League TONIGHT.

The Gers have impressed in this year's knockout stages, stunning Borussia Dortmund in the round of 32 before knocking out Red Star Belgrade in the last 16.

However, they will need another memorable Ibrox night to qualify for the semi-finals after Abel Ruiz scored the only goal of the first leg in Portugal.

  • Start time: 8pm BST
  • TV/Live stream: BT Sport 2
  • Rangers XI: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Bassey, Barisic, Lundstram, Jack, Aribo, Ramsey, Kent, Roofe
  • Braga XI: Matheus, Carmo, Tormena, Oliveira, Fabiano, Horta, Castro, Al Musrati, Ruiz, Horta, Ruiz, Gomes


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  • Sam Dymond

    Ramsey returns with track record

    Having been an unused substitute in Portugal, Aaron Ramsey starts for Rangers – and the Ibrox faithful will be hoping that the Welshman can call upon his experience in this competition.

    Ramsey has scored six goals in 12 starts in the Europa League, all for Arsenal between 2018 and 2019.

    Indeed, Ramsey's last home start in the competition saw him net the opener against Napoli in the quarter-finals in 2018-19.

    The Gers will be hoping for more of the same tonight.

  • Sam Dymond

    On the Braga bench tonight

    12 Sa, 2 Y Couto, 4 Leite, 25 Mineiro, 45 Medeiros, 50 Buta, 67 Gorby, 74 Moura, 79 B Couto, 86 Rodrigues, 96 Fale, 99 V Oliveira

  • Sam Dymond

    Braga XI – both Hortas start

    1 Matheus; 70 Fabiano, 15 P Oliveira, 3 Tormena, 16 Carmo; 10 A Horta, 88 Castro, 8 Al Musrati; 9 Ruiz, 21 R Horta, 57 Gomes

  • Sam Dymond

    Kamara only on the bench

    28 McCrorie, 33 McLaughlin, 9 Amad, 10 Davis, 18 Kamara, 19 Sands, 23 Wright, 26 Balogun, 30 Sakala, 37 Arfield, 43 King, 51 Lowry

  • Sam Dymond

    Aaron Ramsey starts for Rangers

    Giovani van Bronckhorst makes two changes to the team that won 4-0 at St Mirren on Sunday.

    One of those is enforced following Filip Helander's season-ending injury, and so Calvin Bassey comes in at centre-half – having played at left-back in last Thursday's first leg in Portugal.

    Elsewhere, Ryan Jack replaces Fashion Sakala as Van Bronkchorst shuffles his midfield pack.

    The incoming Jack will sit beside John Lundstram, allowing Joe Aribo and Aaron Ramsey to play further forward behind the weekend hat-trick hero Kemar Roofe.

    Rangers are set to start the second leg in a 4-2-3-1 formation, and are captained by right-back James Tavernier.

    1 McGregor; 2 Tavernier, 6 Goldson, 3 Bassey, 31 Barisic; 4 Lundstram, 8 Jack; 17 Aribo, 16 Ramsey, 14 Kent; 25 Roofe

  • Sam Dymond

    Gers odds-on for second leg

    Rangers were narrowly beaten in Portugal seven days ago, but the bookies are backing the blue half of Glasgow to get the job done in the return.

    To win in 90 minutes:

    • Rangers win 19/20
    • Draw 12/5
    • Braga win 29/10

    However, the Portuguese outfit remain the favourites to make it through the tie and take a place in the semi-finals:

    • Rangers to qualify 11/8
    • Braga to qualify 4/7

    Odds from Betfair correct at the time of post publication.

    Good evening from Glasgow

    Welcome to live SunSport coverage of the Europa League quarter-final, second leg between Rangers and Braga.

    The Gers have it all to do at Ibrox, having slipped to a 1-0 defeat at the Quarry last Thursday, but they have saved their best performances for European nights this season.

    The action gets underway at 8pm, and team news is on the way.

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