Rangers travel to Geneva to meet Swiss giants Servette in the second leg of their Champions League qualifier on Tuesday night (19.30)
The Gers are seeking to maintain or improve upon a one-goal cushion after winning the first leg 2-1 at Ibrox last week, and the winner of this tie will take on PSV Eindhoven or Sturm Graz for a place in the group stages.
Servette boss Rene Weiler has several injury concerns, with Theo Magnin, Miroslav Stevanovic, Alexis Antunes, Keigo Tsunemoto, Alexnder Lyng and Jeremy Frick all fighting to be fit for Tuesday’s second leg.
David Douvine is suspended after his dismissal at Ibrox, however, Enzo Crivelli is available after missing last week’s trip to Glasgow.
As for Rangers, Connor Goldson is expected to return after being rested for the weekend win against Livingston.
Aside from that, Gers boss Michael Beale has no fresh injury concerns heading into the game.
Rangers to win and both teams to score @ 11/4
Servette have played seven games this season across all competitions and both teams to score has landed in all of those fixtures.
Rangers have managed just one clean sheet in their last seven away games, but found their scoring form at the weekend as they hit four past Livingston. As such, I’m expecting goals at both ends here.
Five of Servette’s last six games have finished all square, so a draw does have some appeal here but I’m backing the Rangers win, as I believe they have more quality in the final third.
Chris Bedia to score anytime @ 6/4
The Servette striker has bagged six goals across seven games for his side so far this season, including in the first leg against Rangers at Ibrox.
The 27-year-old is also on penalty duty, and he looks a decent price to get on the scoresheet once more here.
The Ivorian has picked up from where he left off last season, where he scored 12 goals in 25 games for the Swiss outfit, and with Servette coming into this game chasing a one-goal deficit, I can imagine there being plenty of chances for Bedia from the off.