Rangers and PSV Clash : Rangers will meet PSV at Ibrox Stadium tomorrow night in the Champions League quarterfinal series opener. This is the first of two matches. Both sides won a tremendous game against each other. Thus, the next game should be fun.
Rangers started the season sluggish losing 1-0 to Kilmarnock, but they thrashed Livingston 4-1 at Ibrox to get back on track. Kilmarnock defeated Rangers 0-0 before that. The Rangers got their first three Scottish Premiership points because of this. They then defeated Championship team Greenock Morton 2-1 in the Scottish League Cup over the weekend after trailing 1-0. In the Championship, Greenock Morton played. Between these triumphs, Michael Beale’s club defeated Swiss Servette 3-2. Geneva’s James Tavernier header was the game’s highlight. The team’s latest win ended a streak. They will play PSV next as a consequence.
However, PSV has had a fantastic season in their own nation and European tournaments. Here, PSV’s luck keeps improving. They won the Dutch Super Cup and beat the Eredivisie champions to start the season. This triumph started a strong year for them. PSV’s league wins over Utrecht and Vitesse gave them confidence that Peter Bosz might lead them to the title. They defeated Austrian team Sturm Graz 7-2 in the round before this one, demonstrating their offense. This triumph indicated they could progress.
In Rangers’ last ten European games at Ibrox, more than 2.5 goals were scored. Seven of those games had both teams score, totaling over 2.5 goals. Both PSV teams have scored in their last few Champions League and Europa League matches, with more than 2.5 goals. This has happened in four of their last six road games. Both teams have scored, and there have been more than 2.5 goals in PSV’s Europa League games recently. Similar to PSV, recent Europa League games have seen more than 2.5 goals. This reminds me of last year’s thrilling Ibrox match between these two clubs. Two points for each team.
Bet365 believes Both Teams to Score and Over 2.5 Goals odds are interesting because a winning bet pays 20/21. This prepares for an entertaining fight. Fans should prepare for a stunning offensive display at Ibrox as their excitement increases.