BRG vs RNG Dream11: Rangers FC will go into their round-of-32 second leg Europa League match looking to defend a 3-2 first-leg lead at Braga Municipal Stadium, on Wednesday night (IST). Whether Rangers win the tie or not, the current European season is already the best they have had so far in their history. They have won nine games in Europe in 2019-20 season, a club record for them. That said, the size of the task at their hand is huge, for they haven't won an away tie in Europe in 15 away games. But there is a cause for optimism for the Scottish side as their last away win for them came against a Portuguese side, a2-0 win over Sporting CP in 2007-08 UEFA Quarter-final. The only downside for Rangers from the first leg is that they conceded twice, and Braga need only one goal in the return leg to get control of the tie, and you wouldn't bet against the home side to fire a blank here for they are the highest-scoring side in EuroLeague this season with 17 goals.
Host: Braga Visitors: Rangers Competition: UEFA Europa League Match Venue: Braga Municipal Stadium Capacity: 30,286 Match Timing: February 26, @10:30 PM
Dream11 Football Prediction – Odds checker:
Braga to win: 1.89 (89/100), Probability to happen: 52.91% Rangers to win: 4.34 (167/50), Probability to happen: 23.04% Draw: 3.82 (4/1), Probability to happen: 26.18%
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Braga vs Rangers Team News:
Braga Team News:
Vitor Tormena has been ruled out due to a knee injury and is joined by Eduardo and Wallace on the sideline for this match.
Nuno Sequeira has been in the full training this week and could be involved at left-back if deemed fit enough to start the game.
Changes are expected from the home side. Ricardo Esgaio, João Palhinha and Raúl Silva all were allowed rest at the weekend Primeira Liga against Setubal and should return to the line-up here.
Braga key players:
Paulinho: Brage are the leading scorer in Europa League and they have a couple of player with goals in double-digits this season. He has scored 14 times this season and has 3 assists as well.
Ricardo Horta: With 11 goals and four assists, the 25-year-old Portuguese is one of the most productive players for Braga this season.
Trincao: Braga have so many players in good form that it would be hard to leave anyone out of the side. One such player is Trincao. He has six goals and four assists for Braga this season.
Ricardo Esgia: He has five assists and is a very good crosser of the ball.
Rangers team news:
If Rangers are to come out of this tie as winners they will have to do without their leading man Alfredo Morelos, who is suspended for the second leg after receiving a yellow card in the first leg.
In addition, Steven Gerrard is also without four first-team players in the shape of Jermain Defoe, Filip Helander, Glenn Middleton and Borna Barisic.
Florian Kamberi, who scored at the weekend Scottish Premier League game against St. Johnston, is likely to replace the suspended Morales in the playing 11.
Ryan Jack is available following a suspension and is expected to start.
Rangers key players:
Ianis Hagi: The 21-year-old Romanian will be even more important to his team here due to Morales' absence and his form suggests he may be capable. He scored twice in the first leg.
Joe Aribo: He will have to be on the top of this game as well, but you can back him to have one here. After all, he has scored 8 times this season, and in two consecutive games heading into this match.
Scott Arfield: His thrust from midfield will be key for the away side. Goals: 07.