Rangers' journey to the Champions League starts tonight when Swiss side Servette visit Ibrox.

With the winners of PSV vs Sturm Graz to follow, Michael Beale's side must navigate beyond Servette who defeated Genk in the previous round.

Will there be major changes after Saturday's defeat against Kilmarnock? Our writers have their say below.

Joshua Barrie 

There's no underplaying the magnitude of tonight's game. Not only can a big performance kickstart Rangers' 23/24 season, but it's also important that they travel to Switzerland in a position of strength next week.

Jack Butland is the club's undisputed No.1 and with injuries impacting the defence playing ahead of him, there's unlikely to be any changes to the back five. This writer would like to see Dujon Sterling at left-back when fitness allows, although without any competitive minutes as of yet, a start today feels ambitious. 

As explained in the Rangers Review's Servette scout report, tonight's opponents are direct in their build-up play, often attempting to overload the last line. Although the temptation will be to squeeze as many attackers into the starting XI as possible, don't be surprised if one of John Lundstram or Ryan Jack starts to give an extra number against Servette's front two. Or, will Jose Cifuentes play from the off?

Todd Cantwell has to come back into contention and Nico Raskin's position is undoubted.

Danilo will likely start, the question is who will play next to him? Sam Lammers should play in the No.10 spot behind a front two which is likely to be made up by Cyriel Dessers.

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Derek Clark

Michael Beale says he wants his team to be super positive against Servette which would indicate a number of changes from the lacklustre showing against Kilmarnock.

With Ridvan still out injured, the likelihood is Borna Barisic will continue at left-back although if fit, many supporters would like to see Dujon Sterling get the nod.

The midfield is crucial if Rangers want to take a lead over to Geneva next week, it is Servette's strongest area of the pitch so they will have to nullify any threats they have and dominate. That means no John Lundstram with Jose Cifuentes' energy and intensity a much better option.

Todd Cantwell also has to start. It was a head-scratcher when the former Norwich man was dropped to the bench at Rugby Park at the weekend. Rangers cannot afford to have arguably their best player watching from the sidelines.

In the forward areas, Cyriel Dessers doesn't look 100 per cent fit so Danilo should take his place with Sam Lammers just playing off the Brazilian.