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Colak leads the attack as Rangers play PSV for Champions League place

Rangers have travelled to Eindhoven to play PSV for a place in the Champions League.

Antonio Colak leads the line as Rangers play PSV for place in Champions League SNS Group

Antonio Colak will lead the Rangers attack as they look to beat PSV Eindhoven to a place in the Champions League.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst is without Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos for the game after he was dropped from the squad over attitude and fitness concerns.

Croatian forward Colak has been first pick for the Ibrox club this season and he has repaid the manager’s faith with four goals in his last five games.

He also scored last Tuesday as Rangers and the Dutch side played out a 2-2 draw in Glasgow in the first leg of the crunch playoff that stands between Rangers and a first appearance in the group stage for 12 years.

Jon McGlaughlin continues in goals with captain James Tavernier at right back beside James Sands, Connor Goldson and Borna Barisic.

Glen Kamara returns to the midfield beside John Lundstram who are sitting in behind Tom Lawrence, Malik Tillman and Ryan Kent with Colak up top.

Rangers have drew 2-2 their last two games with their league match against Hibernian on Saturday also finishing two goals a piece.

If van Bronckhorst’s men can win at the Philip’s Stadion then they will join Celtic in pot four for Thursday’s Champions League draw.