Rangers begin their quest to reach the Champions League group stage this week with Servette coming to Ibrox on Wednesday night.
After the disappointment of last weekend’s 1-0 defeat by Kilmarnock, manager Michael Beale is already under pressure to get his summer signings firing – and they need to be on form against the Swiss side.
With the return leg in Switzerland next week, the Gers will be looking to get themselves in front in the opening contest and take a big step towards the groups.
A rocking Ibrox will be a big boost for the Gers – but a repeat of Saturday’s display will quickly see the fans really put the pressure on.
When is Rangers v Servette?
Rangers face Swiss side Servette at Ibrox on Wednesday, August 9th.
Is Rangers v Servette on TV and will I be able to live stream the Champions League qualifier?
BBC Sport will show the game live from Ibrox – something of a rarity for the broadcaster – and fans across the UK will be able to tune in.
The match will also be available live on the iPlayer.
Rangers remain without the injured Tom Lawrence, Ridvan Yilmaz, and Ben Davies for the Champions League qualifier while Fashion Sakala has now left for Saudi Arabia and the likes of Scott Wright and Glen Kamara edge towards the exit.
Servette will be without injured stars Jeremy Frick, Keigo Tsunemoto and Theo Magnin, Miroslav Stevanovic, Alexis Antunes, and summer signing Alexander Lyng while striker Enzo Crivelli is suspended.
Gael Ondoua will also miss out after the Cameroonian was denied entry to the UK.
Who is the referee for Rangers v Servette Champions League qualifier?
Lithuanian referee Donatas Rumšas takes charge with countrymen Aleksandr Radius and Dovydas Sužiedėlis running the lines; Manfredas Lukjančukas is the fourth official.
German duo Christian Dingert and Benjamin Brand will be in charge of VAR.
Referee: Donatas Rumšas
AR1: Aleksandr Radius
AR2: Dovydas Sužiedėlis
Fourth Official: Manfredas Lukjančukas
VAR: Christian Dingert
AVAR: Benjamin Brand