GIOVANNI van Bronckhorst has told Rangers fans to expect changes to the team for tomorrow night's clash with Sparta Prague.

The Dutchman will take charge of his first game as the new Ibrox boss in the Europa League against the Czech outfit.

The match comes a matter of days after the 46-year-old watched his new team from the stands, as they flopped disappointingly in the Premier Sports Cup semi-final against Hibs.

Rangers need a win in at least one of their last two Group A matches to secure passage to the last-32 of the Europa League.

Hosting Sparta tomorrow night appears to be their best bet of achieving that goal, before a trip to Lyon in the final group stage matchday.

van Bronckhorst has only had two days to work with his new group of players ahead of the game. 

While he knows it's impossible to implement all of his ideas and plans in such a short space of time, he has told supporters to expect a different-looking team to the one which lost on Sunday.

He told the media: "You will see a team tomorrow in a system I like to play and how I feel is best to play against Prague. You will definitely see some changes.

"I have a certain way of working and certain things I want from my players. I demand that we are playing as a team, both defending and attacking. We need to be prepared and the players know their tasks on the pitch.

"It is a very short time with the players but they can already sense what I want to change.

"The way we have to prepare physically and mentally, you cannot do everything in two days but step-by-step the players will learn the style of play.

"European nights are great at Ibrox with our support, we have to create an environment to play well and win the game."