Servette vs Rangers: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & team news ahead of huge Champions League showdown

It’s quite simply a mammoth night for Rangers and Michael Beale as the Ibrox side defend a one-goal lead over Servette in Switzerland en route to the Champions League.

The Light Blues won the first leg 2-1 at Ibrox last week.

Desser's goal in the first leg makes the difference between the teams at the moment


Desser’s goal in the first leg makes the difference between the teams at the momentPhoto credit: EPA

A penalty from James Tavernier and Rangers’ first goal from Cyriel Dessers put Michael Beale’s men in a dominant position early on in Glasgow.

But the Gers missed some big chances and a Chris Bedia penalty halved the deficit to ensure an even second leg in Geneva.

With nine signings, Ibrox have seen many changes this transfer window.

There were some signs that things might be improving at the weekend as four new signings scored goals in the 4-0 win against Livingston.

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Servette vs Rangers - Champions League Qualifying Tips, Best Odds & Preview

PSV or Sturm Graz are waiting for the winners in the next round, where a place in the coveted Champions League group stage awaits the winners of this duel

When does the Servette vs Rangers game start?

  • Servette vs. Rangers takes place TONIGHT15th of August
  • It takes place at the Stade de Geneve in Geneva
  • The big game starts at 7.30pm UK time
  • Maurizio Mariani from Italy is the referee, along with his compatriot Paolo Valeri on VAR

Is Servette vs Rangers on TV? Can I stream it live?

  • Servette vs Rangers has been selected for live coverage by the BBC
  • The game will be broadcast live on the BBC Scotland channel
  • Reporting begins at 7:20 p.m
  • It can also be streamed live on the BBC Sport Scotland website and on BBC iPlayer
  • Alternatively, you can follow all the action with SunSport’s LIVE blog

What’s the latest on Team Servette vs. Rangers?

The Rangers welcome both Connor Goldson and Ryan Jack to the big EM showdown.

Both Ibrox duos missed Saturday’s overwhelming win over Livingston.

It wasn’t a bad thing, however, as manager Michael Beale revealed both players had stayed out as a precaution.

John Lundstram is missing from the squad – he didn’t come for personal reasons.

Servette welcomes striker Enzo Crivelli, who was suspended for the first leg following his red card against Genk in the group stage.

Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers on the Scottish Sun football page

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