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[[[STREAM=]]^] PSV vs Glasgow Rangers live 30/08/2023

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PSV Eindhoven Champions League form: PSV Eindhoven form (all competitions): Rangers Champions League form: Rangers form (all competitions): Advert - content below: Team News PSV clung on for a 2-2 draw at Ibrox despite losing both centre-backs in Andre Ramalho and Olivier Boscagli to injury, although the former has been spotted in full training and should be available for the crucial second leg, while Boscagli himself has talked up his chances of starting. Fellow centre-half Armando Obispo is stepping up his recovery from a knee injury but is unlikely to be risked so soon, while Patrick van Aanholt, Mauro Junior and Fredrik Oppegard are also in the care of the medical team - the former is close to returning, though. However, Barcelona loanee Sergino Dest will expect to continue on the left-hand side after making his debut at Ibrox, while Jerdy Schouten could be deployed as an emergency centre-half if need be. Meanwhile, Rangers will be missing Kieran Dowell due to a knee issue, while long-term ACL victim Steven Davis and Ridvan Yilmaz - who is nursing a strain - are also in the infirmary.

The winner will find out their group stage fate on Thursday evening while the loser will drop into the Europa League group stage. Here's everything you need to know ahead of this one. READ MORE: Ianis Hagi Rangers loan exit to Alaves lands Nicolas Raskin and Antonio Colak messages of support Sign up to our sport newsletter here to receive the latest football news direct to your inbox What TV channel is the match on? PSV vs Rangers will be LIVE on TNT Sports 1. When is the game and can I live stream it? Yes - the match will be available to live stream.

Rangers vs PSV Eindhoven» Predictions, Odds, Live Score

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Preview: PSV vs. Rangers - prediction, team news, lineupsSports Mole previews Wednesday's Champions League clash between PSV Eindhoven and Rangers, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. As was the case 12 months ago, PSV Eindhoven and Rangers' Champions League qualifying playoff tie is on a knife-edge heading into Wednesday's second leg at Philips Stadion. For the second year running, the two clubs played out a topsy-turvy 2-2 draw at Ibrox in their opening encounter, where Peter Bosz's side came from behind twice to rescue a slice of the spoils. Match preview © Reuters Failure to take one of the several opportunities presented to them at Ibrox would seemingly cost PSV dear last week, as Abdallah Sima opened the scoring with a peach of a strike just before the break, and an Ibrahim Sangare response was also cancelled out by Rabbi Matondo's crisp strike.

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However, lightning would strike twice on Glaswegian soil, as with 10 minutes remaining, PSV's talismanic marksman Luuk de Jong rose highest from a corner, and while the Dutchman missed his header, the ball cannoned off the top of his shoulder into the back of the net. A couple more last-gasp chances came and went for Rangers, as their Dutch counterparts travelled back to base in a strong position to clear the final hurdle, but few PSV fans will need reminding of how last year's second leg at Philips Stadion panned out. However, the Dutch Super Cup winners enter Wednesday's winner-takes-all clash with an astonishing 23-game unbeaten run to protect since February's Europa League humbling at the hands of seasoned winners Sevilla, although their first-leg draw did snap a six-game winning sequence for Bosz's troops.

While PSV were blessed with a weekend off from domestic duties, Rangers were not afforded such a luxury and travelled to Ross County on Saturday for their latest Scottish Premiership affair, but the Gers made light work of their opponents in a straightforward 2-0 win. First-half goals from Kemar Roofe and James Tavernier proved telling at the Global Energy Stadium, as Rangers made it third time lucky on the road this season, having been defeated by Kilmarnock and held to a 1-1 draw by Servette before picking up an opportune away triumph. Now entering Wednesday's second leg with a six-game unbeaten run to protect, Rangers have also made the net ripple twice on five occasions in that hot streak - the one aberration being their Servette stalemate - and recent history is not the only thing on their side in Eindhoven. Indeed, from the previous nine meetings between PSV and Rangers in all competitions, the Eredivisie side have only ever managed to beat their Scottish counterparts on one occasion - a 1-0 Ibrox win in the second leg of a 2010-11 Europa League last-16 tie courtesy of a Jeremain Lens effort - and a repeat of the 35-year-old's heroics this week would not go amiss for the hosts.

You can sign up HERE. The Champions League play-off second leg takes place at the Philips Stadion on Wednesday, 30 August. Kick-off is 8pm with coverage starting 30 minutes prior at 7. 30pm. BBC Sportsound will provide live audio of the huge match while Rangers will offer social media updates on their official channels. Alternatively, you can keep up to date with the key moments and goals with us on Glasgow Live Sport as well as all the pre and post-match reaction. Team news Michael Beale will provide a full update on his squad in his pre-match press conference. The likes of Ryan Jack, Rabbi Matondo, Abdallah Sima and Danilo got a rest with just minutes from the bench at Ross County.

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