Kemar Roofe leads the line for Rangers after manager Michael Beale named his side to face Real Betis.
Rangers begin their group stage campaign at Ibrox against a Spanish side that are favourites to progress in the group ahead of Beale’s side, Sparta PRague and Aris Limassol.
Home form is going to be key to progress and Beale has named an attacking line-up for the big game in Govan.
Jack Butland starts in goal behind the experienced back four of Borna Barisic, Ben Davies, Connor Goldson and James Tavernier.
John Lundstram, Jose Cifuentes and Tom Lawrence are in the middle of the park with Rabbi Matondo and Abdallah Sima playing in support of striker Kemar Roofe.
Speaking on Wednesday, Beale said he had his eyes on progressing from “a competitive group”.
“It’s one game at a time,” he said. “We need to get out of the group and get to the knock-out stages and see how it goes. It’s a good group we are in.
“Real Betis were sixth in LaLiga and they won their Europa League group which included Roma.
“Roma went to the final, so they’ve shown their pedigree in this competition and they recruited well in the summer too.
“It’s a competitive group, but we’re expected to get out of it. I think we should be looking to get out of this group.”
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