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RB Leipzig vs. Rangers: Europa League live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, news, odds, start time

German and Scottish outfits clash in Europa semifinal first leg

RB Leipzig vs Rangers Live Stream

RB Leipzig vs Rangers Live Stream

Scottish giants Rangers make their first appearance in a European semi-final since 2008 today as they travel to Germany to face RB Leipzig in this last four Europa League first leg clash. Giovanni van Bronkhorst's side will be confident coming into this clash having already after knocking out fellow Bundesliga-ers Borussia Dortmund in the play-off round. Make sure you know how to watch a RB Leipzig vs Rangers live stream from anywhere in the world. Leipzig will nevertheless provide the stiffest opposition the Glasgow side will have faced in their campaign so far. The current favourites to win the tournament, RB boast forward Christopher Nkunku, arguably the Europa League's star performer this season.

Currently sitting in fourth in the Bundesliga, Leipzig reached the last four by beating Serie A side Atalanta on a 3-1 aggregate win. UEFA Europa League favorites RB Leipzig host Rangers of Glasgow in Thursday's semifinal first leg with the Germans close to their first major silverware having also reached the DFB Pokal final recently. The home side overcame Atalanta BC to get here while the visitors recovered to beat SC Braga of Portugal on their route to this point. Leipzig: Willi Orban, Mohamed Simakan and Kevin Kampl are all suspended. Nordi Mukiele and Lukas Klostermann should come in as well as Dani Olmo and Andre Silva. Rangers: Kemar Roofe and Alfredo Morales are out while Aaron Ramsey is also expected to miss out. John Lundstram, Joe Aribo, Ryan Kent, and Calvin Bassey should all return, though.

Leipzig: Domenico Tedesco's men lost for the first time since February over the weekend when they suffered a 2-1 reverse against Union Berlin who they beat by the same score days earlier to reach the Pokal final. Atalanta were swept aside 3-1 on aggregate in the quarterfinals after they received a bye due to being drawn against Spartak Moscow. With four wins from their last five, RBL are rounding into form as they eye silverware here and in the Pokal which would be their first titles ever.

Rangers: On a run of four consecutive wins across all competitions, Giovanni van Bronckhorst's men are six points adrift in the Scottish title race but are into the Scottish Cup final against Hearts after edging bitter rivals Celtic 2-1. Another Old Firm clash is on the horizon which could decide the title race, so Rangers are alive and fighting on all fronts right now with the added complication of several absentees in attack.

The Germans have the bit between their teeth right now and will be massively motivated by the prospect of a Europa League and Pokal double. Christopher Nkunku is one of Europe's form players and scored twice to get past Atalanta last time out while the Scots are missing influential attacking figures. It could be tight for a while, but Tedesco's men should give themselves the advantage over Van Bronckhorst's troops ahead of the second leg. The two sides are in contention to win a pair of trophies this season and are looking for a strong performance in the first leg This article contains affiliate links. We may receive a commission on any sales we generate from it RB Leipzig host Rangers in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final tie on Thursday. The German side are looking to recover from their disappointing defeat at home to Union Berlin at the weekend, while the visitors are on a four-game winning run ahead of the trip to Leipzig.

Rangers travel to RB Leipzig for the first leg of their Europa League semi-final tie tonight. Current boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst has managed to continue Steven Gerrard’s record on the European front and the dramatic win over Braga in the quarter-finals will live long in the memory. That, however, will count for little if his team are blown away by a rampant Leipzig this evening. For many, the Bundesliga side are the favourites for the Europa League outright, although Rangers’ stellar pedigree in this competition means they have little to fear. Thursday nights have proven so fruitful for them in recent years, so the Scottish champions travel to Germany with the utmost confidence.

Rangers will look to continue their European journey tonight when they travel to RB Leipzig in the first leg of the Europa League semi-finals. Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side overcame a first-leg loss in Portugal to defeat Braga at Ibrox as they aim to reach a first European final since 2008. The Scottish champions are six points behind Celtic in the Premiership table and face their Old Firm rivals at Parkhead on Sunday. The visit to RB Leipzig, who knocked out Atalanta in the quarter-finals and are fourth in the Bundesliga, will be a huge test but Rangers will take heart from their victory over Borussia Dortmund in the competition’s last-16.

With striker Alfredo Morelos out for the season after undergoing thigh surgery, Kemar Roofe’s knee injury is a fresh blow and leaves Rangers short in attack. Aaron Ramsey is also a major doubt after limping off against Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final. Leipzig have defender Willi Orban and midfielder Kevin Kampl suspended.

RB Leipzig: Gulacsi; Mukiele, Gvardiol, Klostermann; Henrichs, Laimer, Adams, Angelino; Olmo; Nkunku, Silva

Rangers: McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Balogun, Bassey; Jack, Kamara, Lundstram; Aribo, Sakala, Kent

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