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Rangers vs PSV Eindhoven: TV channel, live stream & kick-off timeRangers take on PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League play-off round. The Ibrox side first host the Eredivisie club in Glasgow on Tuesday, August 22. The second leg will then be played next week. A spot in the Champions League group stage is up for grabs for the winners of the tie. Rangers battled past Servette in the third qualifying round to set up a rematch against PSV Eindhoven one year on from meeting at the same stage of the competition last season. Rangers progressed into the group stage last season at the expense of the Dutch outfit. Here's everything you need to know about Rangers vs PSV Eindhoven...


The Ibrox manager reportedly made the call amid concerns over the striker's fitness and general attitude, with senior players reportedly unanimously backing his decision. Rangers will hope that is the last of the controversy as they now get in the right frame of mind for this huge game. Here, Football Scotland tells you everything you need to know ahead of the big game. When is PSV vs Rangers? PSV host Rangers TONIGHT (Wednesday, August 24). The game will be played at the Philips Stadion in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Kick-off is at 8pm. Is PSV vs Rangers on TV? Yes, the game will be shown live on BT Sport 1 with coverage beginning at 7.


When is Rangers vs PSV Eindhoven? Rangers host PSV Eindhoven in their Champions League play-off round first leg tonight - Tuesday, August 22. The match will be played at Ibrox with an 8pm kick-off. Is Rangers vs PSV Eindhoven on TV? Yes. The crucial Champions League qualifier will be shown on TNT Sports. Subscribers can watch coverage of the match from 7.


For their part, PSV dramatically knocked out Monaco in the third qualifying round as the tie went to extra-time in Eindhoven but, despite beating one of Europe’s bigger hitters to reach this stage, they’ll face a tough task at Ibrox, where none of RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund, Red Star Belgrade or Braga could get the better of the Gers last season. The two managers - Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Ruud van Nistelrooy - have plenty of history together, having been Netherlands team-mates between 1998 and 2010, while also coming up against each other as players when this fixture was played in 1999. Van Bronckhorst’s Rangers won 4-1 on that occasion, although Van Nistelrooy did score PSV’s goal from the penalty spot. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game:When is Rangers vs PSV Eindhoven? The first leg kicks off at 8pm BST at Ibrox, Glasgow on Tuesday 16 August.


Where can I watch it? The match will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, with coverage starting at 7. 15pm. The game can also be streamed through the BT Sport app and website. You can sign up for BT Sport HERE. What is the team news? Attacker Ryan Kent and centre back James Sands were both absent from the squad that beat St Johnstone at the weekend but Sands is expected to recover from illness and Kent should also be available to come in for Rabbi Matondo on the left. Giovanni van Bronckhorst has implied that Alfredo Morelos is still not ready to play 90 minutes, so previous-round hero Antonio Colak is likely to continue through the middle, while the Dutchman also has a selection dilemma between Glen Kamara and Tom Lawrence. Kemar Roofe, Filip Helander and Ianis Hagi are all still absent. PSV are currently without attackers Noni Madueke, Carlos Vinicius and Yorbe Vertessen, while defenders Mauro Junior and Olivier Boscagli are also set to miss out.


PSV vs Rangers TV and live stream info for Wednesday's gameRangers have plenty of work to do heading into the second leg of their Champions League play-off with PSV Eindhoven. The Light Blues were held to a 2-2 in last week's first leg at Ibrox, and now they will look for a massive away win when they renew rivalries with Ruud van Nistelrooy's men at the Phillips Stadium. Rangers haven't graced the group stages of the Champions League since 2011, but they will be determined to end that barren run, and with it land the £40m lucrative prize can comes with qualification. Read more:Celtic Park rated best football stadium in the UK Here's more info on the game and how to watch it: When and where is PSV Eindhoven vs Rangers? The game takes place at the Phillips Stadium on Wednesday, August 24. What time is kick-of? The game kicks off at 8pm.


PSV vs Rangers: Live stream, TV channel, PPV, referee and team newsRangers are back in Champions League action this evening when they take on PSV in the crucial second leg of their play-off. It's currently level at 2-2 between Giovanni van Bronckhorst's men and Ruud van Nistelrooy's side in the tie, so there is still a huge pay day with making it into the group stage to play for in the Netherlands. PSV controlled large parts of last week's clash at Ibrox and so the Light Blues will be determined to learn from their mistakes in their bid to book a place in Thursday's draw. Rangers will be without Alfredo Morelos after Van Bronckhorst took the decision to leave the Colombian international out of the squad.


Subs: Drommel, Waterman, Hoever, Simons, Van Ginkel, Til, Branthwaite, Carlos Vinicius, Luckassen, Bakayoko, Mwene, Savio. RANGERS XI: McLaughlin, Tavernier, Goldson, Sands, Barisic, Lundstram, Kamara, Lawrence, Tillman, Kent, Colak. Subs: McGregor, McCrorire, Yilmaz, Jack, Davis, Matondo, Wright, Sakala, Arfield, King, Devine, Ure. Get all the latest Scottish football news and headlines sent straight to your inbox daily by signing up to our free newsletter. From the cinch Premiership and League 2, to the Champions League and the Europa Conference League, we have every blade of grass covered. Expect this newsletter after 5pm daily, rounding up the most important stories of the day.


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Will it be live on TV? Yes, the Champions League play-off second leg will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1. Coverage begins at 7. 15pm, with post match coverage until 10. 30pm. Will there be a live stream? BT Sport subscribers can live stream the game on the BT Sport app and online. Betting odds PSV 8/11 Rangers 16/5 Draw 11/4 Odds from McLean Bookmakers READ NEXT: Larne FC announce new 'senior leadership group' initiative Glentoran braced for a pitch battle at new-look Stangmore Park Ballymena United boss David Jeffrey: Increased gates a shot in the arm for Irish League Millar labels Robinson tackle "a shocker" as Lowry offers measured response Sign up to our free sports newsletter to get the latest headlines to your inbox.


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