At home, Rangers are extremely precarious in the country to welcome tough opponent Bayer Leverkusen, who is flourishing in the first leg of the 1/8 round of the Europa League. Watch Leverkusen have the excitement to win the third match in a row to take advantage of leaving Scotland. Hay Rangers will rediscover victory at home while coach Steven Gerrard's chair is shaken.



James Tavernier and Ryan Jack are both doubtful about the knee problem, both of which are the mainstay of Rangers. Alfredo Morelos returned after serving a ban on a previous match in the Europa League, the Colombian striker is the main striker of the team this season. Borna Barisic recently returned from injury to strengthen Rangers' defensive options, he is being sought after by European giants this summer. Veteran Jermain Defoe is also preparing to return after injury to the home team and is a good choice for the attack. Rangers are unbeaten in the last 6 matches (Europa League) but have really struggled in recent weeks, but their minimal victory over Braga in the Europa League to go forward is a surprise when taking place right on the ground. Portugal. Their last 4 matches ended 1-0 and won only 2 times.

Sven Bender had to sit out for up to 6 weeks with a knee injury lasting for the first half of Bayer Leverkusen's 4-0 win over Frankfurt on Saturday in the Bundesliga, this victory helped them recapture the top 4. The absence Bender's could convince Peter Bosz to come back to the 3-4-3 formation they have used regularly in recent months. Nadiem Amiri is just enough to be on the bench on the weekend and the number one striker Kevin Volland is still sidelined. The 19-year-old star star Paulinho made a real impression when he debuted the Bundesliga for Bayer Leverkusen at the weekend with 2 goals and 1 assist. Leverkusen are unbeaten in all 9 recent matches and have won 8 of them.