May 25, 2022

This is the return of European football and a big tie is awaited between Rangers and Giovanni van Bronck Harst..

Scottish champions continental powerhouses have left for Germany to face Borussia Dortmund.

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Rangers star Evans Haggi is scoring during the group stage.

The Ibrox gaffer appears to have stabilized the ship since its defeat at the hands of the old firm’s title and Glasgow’s rival Celtic.

He will now head to West Fallen Stadium for his first game of the Europa League tie and face another big test.


When will Dortmund vs. Rangers start?

  • Rangers are traveling to Dortmund to compete. tonight (Thursday, February 17)
  • The match will start at 5:45 pm UK time.
  • It will be held at West Fallon Stadium.

Which TV channel is Dortmund vs Rangers and can I stream it live?

  • Live on Dortmund vs Rangers BT Sport 2.
  • Coverage begins at 5.15pm – 30 minutes before kick-off.
  • To stream the game live, visit the BT Sport website or app.
  • Alternatively, follow us. Live Blog For all the latest commentary and updates on the Europa Conference League clash.

3 Follow our live blog for all the latest Rangers and Celtic news.

Team News

The Rangers are set to be without Leon Balogun for the game, while Philip Helander is not part of the Europa League squad.

However, Ryan Jack is fit to travel with the squad and hopes to attend the West Fallon Stadium.

Haroon Ramsey made his debut at Annan Athletic and the Juventus superstar will be hoping for approval once again on loan.

As far as Dortmund is concerned, Earling Holland can. miss The collision occurred due to injuries.

The latest problems

Dortmund 4/11

Draw 15/4.

Rangers 6/1

*The possibilities are right Paddy Power Until February 17.

What is said in the construction?

Marco Rose said: “The Rangers are already preparing in the background. They play 4-2-3-1 and 4-3-3. They attack with Ryan Kent from below the left.

And in front of them is a little striker, Alfredo Morellos, who works hard, fights and knows where the goal is.

“In general, they are a force at home, known for the Ibrox environment. We are at home first and we know it will be a tough game, so we want to make our mark in the first place.

“The Europa League is a new competition for us and many of our players have never played in it.

“The Rangers are a really good team that plays good football.”

Giovanni van Bronckhorst said: “We are playing against a top side in Europe, you know you are playing against a very good opposition at this stage in Europe.

“We can’t wait for the challenge and go out and try to get to the next round.

“We have analyzed Dortmund very well, they are a standard team with good players and coaches.

“It will be a difficult game for us but we will enjoy it.

“It would be different with only 10,000. We played those games here this season. It’s still a good team so we have to go out and perform.

“We want a good result to take Ibrox back with us.

“We have the potential next week to support us.

“We are football players and coaches, we always want to play against the best opposition in every competition.

“These are the games you want as a player and why you work hard since you were young. We are ready and ready for this match.”


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  • Good afternoon

    Good morning and welcome to our live blog for the UEFA Europa League match between Borussia Dortmund and Rangers.

    This evening is a big tie for the Light Blues as they compete against the German Juggernauts at Westfalenstadion.

    This is a real test for Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team as they won one of the toughest draws of the Round of 32.

    To make it even more challenging, the first leg is in a stadium away from home, famous for its atmosphere on European nights.

    However, after tonight they will have the support of a loyalist who is hoping for a positive outcome in bringing Ibrox back next week.

    This will not be an easy task, however, as Dortmund are eyeing the Bundesliga title race, currently second in the table behind champions Bayern Munich.

    The Gers are in a very similar position, currently second behind league leaders Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.

    Both sides come into the game with fresh wins over the weekend.

    For the hosts, they continued their challenge with a 3-0 win over Union Berlin on Sunday, with a double from Marco Reus and a goal from Rafael Guerrero.

    On the far side, they were in Scottish Cup duty and won 3-0 away from home.

    A comfortable win against Annan Athletic sees Gio’s men reach the quarter-finals of the Cup where they drew against Dundee.

    So, tonight the stage is ready for Euro Cracker, stay tuned as we keep you updated with all the latest news from Germany.

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