Glasgow Rangers and Giovanni van Bronckhorst have been dealt a triple injury blow before they play in the second leg of their Champions League qualifier.
The Lowdown: Big night
It is an enormous night for the Ibrox outfit in their hopes of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League group stages alongside bitter rivals Celtic.
The tie against Dutch side PSV is finely poised at 2-2, and they will be hoping that they can pull off a masterclass in the second leg to put them in the hat for the Champions League draw.
The Latest: Team News
Speaking to the media in his pre-game press conference ahead of the match, Van Bronckhorst confirmed that while Glen Kamara has travelled with the squad, Kemar Roofe, John Souttar and Ben Davies weren’t fit enough for the trip:
The Verdict: Triple blow
Of course, being without three of their key squad players, including Souttar and Davies who have already featured four times between them this season, is a blow for the Light Blues.
Should Rangers have hired van Bronckhorst?
They are already without Alfredo Morelos, who has been left out of the squad by Van Bronckhorst, and so not having Roofe available as well limits their attacking options and potential match-winners off of the bench.
Nonetheless, the Teddy Bears will have to trust the squad that they have got if they are going to win the game and send them through.
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