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17 September 2020 16:39

Rangers begin their Europa League 2020/21 campaign with a second qualifying round clash against Lincoln Red Imps.

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Lincoln Red Imps vs Rangers LIVE SCORE: Watch for £4.99, live stream, TV channel as Europa League campaign gets underway

FT Full Time AET After Extra Time LIVE This is a live match. Europa League Qualifying Second Round. Rangers begin their Europa League 2020/21 campaign with a second qualifying round clash against Lincoln Red Imps. The Gers reached the round of 16 in the elongated 2019/20 campaign and will hope to emulate that success – and better it – this time around. Steven Gerrard's side will face Willem II should they beat Red Imps in their one-leg tie tonight.

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The Red Imps – based in Gibraltar – famously defeated Celtic in the home leg of their Champions League qualifying tie in 2016, and Rangers will hope to avoid the same banana skin when they travel for the clash. RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Lincoln Red Imps v Rangers game on TV and online. When is Lincoln Red Imps v Rangers on TV? Lincoln Red Imps v Rangers will take place on Thursday 17th September 2020. Europa League games return to their usual Thursday night slot following an August onslaught on fixtures throughout the week.

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Lincoln Red Imps v Rangers will kick off at 4pm – the match will be followed by Lokomotiv Plovdiv v Tottenham. Sign up to get alerts for football and receive television and entertainment email newsletters from our award-winning editorial team. What TV channel is Lincoln Red Imps v Rangers on? You can watch the game live on Premier Sports 1 from 3:55pm. It costs just £9.99 per month for Sky and Virgin customers and includes LaLigaTV which boasts nine Spanish top flight matches every weekend.

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How to live stream Lincoln Red Imps v Rangers online The game is also streamed live online via Premier Player. It comes included with the Sky package for Premier Sports, or you can sign up for the online-only player regardless of your current TV provider. Lincoln Red Imps v Rangers team news Lincoln Red Imps confirmed XI: TBC Rangers confirmed XI: TBC A cursory glance at Lincoln Red Imps' European record shows the are the clear underdogs in this tie, but the Celtic encounter should give them great hope of being able to upset the odds. However, Rangers are rolling along nicely in 2020/21 so far having played seven competitive games in the Scottish Premier League without conceding in any of them. Their airtight streak stretches into pre-season where they won all four of their warm-up clashes to nil.

Our prediction: Lincoln Red Imps 0-3 Rangers For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures on TV guide. It feels like just yesterday Rangers finally ended their last Europa League campaign against Bayer Leverkusen. It was just six weeks ago but they're back in action again as they take on Lincoln Red Imps in the second qualifying round in Gibraltar. Rangers fans wouldn't normally see such a tie as a banana skin but the change in format makes these a wee bit more difficult than usual. A one-legged tie in Gibraltar means there's always potential for a slip-up, particularly when you consider the Red Imps beat Celtic 1-0 here four years ago. Rangers do have history on this ground as well, though, with a 4-0 win over St Joseph's last season. Ryan Jack scored the opener that day but won't be available after picking up an injury on Sunday. Alfredo Morelos could return to the starting lineup despite the injury he picked up in the 4-0 win over Dundee United on Sunday. Ryan Kent has been in incredible form so far this campaign but with a big game on Sunday against Hibs in the league but Steven Gerrard has decided to rest the wideman. RANGERS kick off their Europa League qualifying campaign with a one-off clash in Gibraltar this afternoon. Steven Gerrard's side take on Lincoln Red Imps, who famously defeated Celtic during Brendan Rodgers' first match in charge in 2016. Lincoln Red Imps XI: Goldwin, Wiseman, Lopes, Chipolina (C), Britto, Yahaya, Torilla, Hernandez, Sergeant, L Casciaro, Gomez. Goldwin, Wiseman, Lopes, Chipolina (), Britto, Yahaya, Torilla, Hernandez, Sergeant, L Casciaro, Gomez. Rangers XI: McGregor, Tavernier (C), Goldson, Edmundson, Barisic, Kamara, Arfield, Stewart, Hagi, Roofe, Itten. McGregor, Tavernier (), Goldson, Edmundson, Barisic, Kamara, Arfield, Stewart, Hagi, Roofe, Itten. Lincoln Red Imps host Rangers at Gibraltar's Victoria Stadium. The game will be shown live on Premier Sports 1 with coverage beginning at 3.55pm. You can subscribe to Premier Sports HERE at a cost of £9.99 per month. The game will also be streamed live on the Premier Player and using the promo code 'RANGERS499', you can watch for just £4.99. See how the game unfolds from Gibraltar with our live blog below... Rangers kick off their 2020/21 Europa League campaign against Lincoln Red Imps tonight. The trip to Gibraltar to play on the minnows' astro turf pitch needs to be professionally negotiated. Rangers reward for winning would be a meeting with Willem II in the next round, but how will Steven Gerrard line up in pursuit of victory? Rangers' domestic defensive work has been record-breaking, and Gerrard may well try to limit disruption to his backline. That said, Filip Helander may need to be carefully managed after being in Nations League action recently – which could hand George Edmundson an opportunity to impress in the back four. Rangers were hit by injuries in the weekend 4-0 victory over Dundee United, especially in midfield. Ally McCoist: Rangers hero Lethal striker Ally McCoist is best remembered for his spell as a Rangers player. He was a prolific striker, scoring 382 goals for the club. Key part of Rangers' success McCoist's goals helped Rangers enjoy sustained success. He won 10 league titles, and 10 domestic cups at Ibrox. Rangers' darkest moment McCoist stepped in as Rangers manager at the club's darkest hour. Ryan Jack and Brandon Barker are not in the squad for tonight's assignment, giving Gerrard decisions to make. We've got Scott Arfield and Greg Stewart down for a chance to impress, because Steven Davis needs a break after his international exploits last week as well. Rangers should have enough in attack and although Gerrard told the club's official website that Alfredo Morelos is fit to play, a spot on the bench makes most sense for the striker. In other news, Report: Everton still believe they can sign 'very fast' player this summer