Time to start, how to watch the news for this afternoon’s Europa League qualifiers and team up – Marseille News

Rangers will be looking to advance to the Europa League group stage after taking on Alashkart tonight.

Alfredo Morelos’ goal in Ibrox helped Gers beat the Armenian side 1-0 in their play-off last week.

Rangers will face Alshkert in their Europa League play-off clash tonight

Scottish champions Old Firm welcome rivals into a huge clash this weekend and boss Steven Gerrard has not traveled to this European fixture.

But Rangers will be looking forward to playing in the Europa League this season and should not neglect their visit from Alshakart Minnows.

Alshakert vs Rangers: Kick-off date and time

The return match from the play-offs will take place on Thursday 26 August and will begin at 4 pm.

It is played at the Nairi Marzdasht Stadium in Yerevan, Armenia.

Alashkart V Rangers TV Channels & Live Streams

The match will be broadcast live on BBC Scotland and BBC iPlayer. Coverage begins at 3:45 p.m. – 15 minutes before kickoff.

You can stream the game live through the BBC’s website.

There will be regular match updates throughout the evening on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2.

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Steven Gerrard’s Rangers want Europa League qualifier Alashkert vs Rangers: TEAM NEWS

Steven Gerrard will not accompany the group in Armenia, instead Gary McAllister and Michael Biel will be there.

Gerrard and some players are missing due to the outbreak of Kovid-19 at Ibrox.

James Tavernier, Ryan Kent, Calvin Bassey and Scott Wright also did not make the trip.

Alan McGregor and John McLaughlin also stayed at home in what could be the club’s first competitive debut for Robbie McCrory.

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John Lundstram and Kemar Roof are suspended.

Alshakert vs Rangers: What Was Said?

Gary McAllister, Rangers assistant manager: “When you see the team tomorrow, you’ll look at them and say, ‘This team can play most games.

“We’ve had some good times in Europe over the years, and with the team we’re fielding in, we think they’ve been able to go and get results.

“I think we are capable of owning the ball – and by that I mean enjoying good possession.

“My feeling is that we can also score goals and we have to really, really be at the forefront of the stage and add to our advantage.”

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