Rangers welcome PSV to Ibrox tomorrow evening, in a re-run of last season's Champions League play-off draw.

Peter Bosz' side saw off Sturm Graz in emphatic fashion with a 7-2 aggregate win in the previous round, also winning the Johan Cruyff trophy against Feyenoord andĀ their opening two league games of the season.

Rangers approach the tieĀ still searchingĀ for fluency, after edging past Morton in the cup last Saturday. Rabbi Matondo and Ben Davies both return to the European squad, with Ianis Hagi and Ridvan Yilmaz dropping out.

"Offensively I think they are an excellent team. They have got some excellent players, players that were sought after," Michael Beale said during his pre-match press conference.Ā 

"They have got a good coach who has got good experience in Europe and in different domestic leagues so it is a tough challenge. It is a great opportunity for us. It is up there with pretty much who we have played. Certainly, in the attacking positions, it is important that we show our quality as well and hurt them when we can."

Our writers have their say on who starts against the Dutch outfit below.

Joshua Barrie

PSV are a really strong opponent, arguably better than the version Rangers faced exactly this time last year. With that in mind, Beale will be hopeful of taking a lead over to Eindhoven for next week's second leg.

Jack Butland played a big role last week in Geneva, with a first-half performance that kept his side level in the tie. He'll likely need some moreĀ moments if Rangers are to reach the group stages for a second year in succession.Ā 

James Tavernier will return to the defence alongside Connor Goldson, John Souttar and Borna Barisic. Barisic has a tough task ahead of him with Johan Bakayoko one of PSV's primary threats stationed wide on the right. For Rangers' attacking play to click both full-backs will be vital, but ensuring there's the correct level of balance behind the pair, with PSV's wide pace a real danger, is imperative.

This writer is predicting that Ryan Jack comes into the midfield tomorrow, with Jose Cifuentes and Nico Raskin for company. There's an argument that John Lundstram would suit an end-to-end game, but Jack is better suited to play out of the press.Ā 

Todd Cantwell should continue in the free role he occupied against Servette, with Danilo joining Dessers up top. To go through to the group stages Rangers will likely need a lead to carry with them to Eindhoven. Getting their two No.9s on the pitch with that in mind could be crucial.

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Euan RobertsonĀ 

Beale rested the majority of his key players againstĀ Morton and that allowed those players to train on Sunday.Ā 

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It will be a massive game at Ibrox tomorrow night but there's only a couple of selection dilemmas. Butland will continue in goal and it will be the same back four that faced Servette withĀ Tavernier andĀ Barisic returning.Ā 

The composition of the midfield will be interesting, withĀ Jack orĀ Lundstram coming into contention due to their defensive capabilities. Beale trusts Lundstram on the biggest occasions, but Jack should get the nod. Raskin and Cifuentes will join the Scotland international as Cantwell continues his spot at the top of the midfield.Ā 

After an impressive pre-season, Sam Lammers has failed to shine in recent weeks and Cantwell deserves to play in his favoured role. There were promising signs of a partnershipĀ developing between Danilo and Dessers on Saturday and they will lead the line.

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