Matondo and Tillman start for Rangers in Champions League qualifier

Van Bronckhorst has made four changes from the weekend's win over Livingston.

Matondo and Tillman start for Rangers in Champions League qualifier SNS Group

Rangers have named Rabbi Matondo and Malik Tillman in the starting line up for their Champions League qualifier against Union Saint Gilloise.

Both players will start their first game for the Ibrox club since joining in the summer as Giovanni van Bronckhorst makes four changes from the side that won 2-1 at Livingston on Saturday.

James Sands replaces John Souttar in defence and Ryan Jack comes into midfield in the place of Tom Lawrence with Matondo replacing Ryan Kent and Tillman starting over Scott Wright.

Jon McLaughlin, who also started against Livingston, retains his place in goals ahead of Allan McGregor with James Tavernier, Connor Goldson and Borna Barisic making up the back four with Sands.

Jack starts in midfield beside John Lundstram and Glen Kamara with Antonio Colak playing centre forward.

Union Saint-Gilloise narrowly lost out on the Belgian championship last season by finishing second the final play-off round (similar to Scotland’s top six split) to Club Brugge despite finishing five points ahead in the regular season.

The winner of the tie will play either PSV Eindhoven or Monaco in the final Champions League play-off round.

Welsh international winger Matondo was signed from Schalke for a deal worth around £3m and Tillman joined on loan from Bayern Munich.