To say that Rangers were lucky to beat Red Star Belgrade 3-0 in the first leg on the home turf is an understatement. The Scottish champions scored and conceded three goals apiece seven days ago in Glasgow. The difference between the two teams was that all three of Red Star’s goals were disallowed for tiny offsides (all good calls, though).
ESTORIL V BRAGA Estoril had four shots on target in their last game, losing to Santa Clara 2-0 at Estadio do Sao Miguel. This was a Primeira Liga match. Braga lost their last match 3-1 against Rangers in the Europa League. They had 35% possession and two shots on target in this match.
1. Celtic versus Rangers. Officers have guaranteed three successive successes over Celtic, however all successes have been at Ibrox Stadium. Truth be told, Celtic have kept away from a loss against Rangers just a single time in the last six gatherings. In any case, Rangers have needed to really buckle down for positive outcomes at Celtic Park.
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Rangers vs Sporting Braga Ibrox Stadium will be hosting today's Europa League football fixture between Rangers and Braga. The Gers aiming to overcome a one-goal deficit from the first leg, and they are likely to fight tooth and nail in the return leg to emerge Victorious tonight in this football clash.
ST MIRREN V RANGERS St Mirren lost 4-2 in their previous match when facing Motherwell in Scottish Premiership. They had four shots on target at Fir Park and recorded 55% possession. Eamonn Brophy and Conor McCarthy scored and they were awarded six corners. Rangers approach this fixture after losing 1-0 in the Europa League against Braga at Estadio Municipal de Braga.
Celtic vs Rangers Rangers have claimed three consecutive wins over Celtic, but all wins have been at Ibrox Stadium. In fact, Celtic have avoided a defeat against Rangers only once in the last six meetings. Still, Rangers have had to work hard for positive results at Celtic Park.
Mikel Arteta has shifted his attention to the next pre-season fixture against Rangers. Both clubs will be determined to bounce back to winning ways after losing to Hibernian and Tranmere Rovers respectively on the opening fixtures. Arteta is expected to start a strong lineup against Stephen Gerald's side this weekend.
The Premier League is set to return on 13th August, when the new season will kick off with a clash between Arsenal and newbies Brentford. Image Courtesy Several clubs have confirmed their friendly fixtures for the pre-season as some others are yet to release their official schedules for their respective pre-seasons.
Omonia will be aiming to put an end to their three game losing run in the Europa League when they welcome PAOK at their Neo GSP Stadium. They do not seem to be competitive at this level, but their pride will be at stake in Thursday’s football match. Anyhow, home win should not be considered as the Cypriotes have little to play for in the last two group games. The Black and Whites aim to bounce back from a 3-2 loss to PSV, and seeing that a win over Omonia will see climb to top two in Group E, i believe that
Rangers and St. Mirren go head to head at Ibrox Stadium in a David-vs-Goliath clash.Rangers aim to put icing on the cake on a very successful season, and we are positive that they will go all guns blazing at St. Mirren.
All eyes will be on Ibrox Stadium when Rangers and Hibernian face each other in the Scottish Premier League derby. The Gers look unstoppable ahead of the Boxing Day clash, with the team rolling over St. Johnstone 3-0 on the road on Wednesday evening. Steven Gerrard’s troops aim to move one step closer to winning their first league trophy since 2011. The likes of Jack and Katic are both likely to miss the game through injuries, but Stevie G can count on key players for Saturday’s clash. The Hibs, on the other
(1) Rangers vs Kilmarnock Rangers welcome Kilmarnock to Ibrox Stadium this Saturday for a Scottish Premiership match. The hosts are in excellent form and are yet to loose a match this season. They top the league with 76 points followed by Celtic with 58 points, a very huge gap in between. In 2020/2021 season, they have conceded only one goal at this venue and we have every reason to believe that they will overpower their visitors. We are therefore predicting a win for rangers and over 2.5 (2) FC Porto vs Boavista.
It was a dream start to life at Arsenal for Nuno Tavares. The Portuguese left back joined us from Benfica last weekend, and was handed his first start by boss Mikel Arteta for our friendly against Rangers on Saturday. The 21-year-old left back wasted no time in demonstrating his athleticism in a positive showing, and capped it with our first equalising goal - just 23 minutes into his Arsenal career.