IBROX will be a cauldron of noise this evening as Rangers bid to reach their fifth European final.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men need to overturn a one-goal deficit against RB Leipzig if they’re to progress to the Europa League final in Seville.

Our writers select their starting XIs for the mammoth match.

Derek Clark

Expect a completely different approach to the one we witnessed at the Red Bull Arena last Thursday when Rangers looked to contain their German opponents.

They need to come out and have a go at Domenico Tedesco’s men and I fully expect a line up to reflect this.

Allan McGregor will start between the sticks with the back four comprising the familiar look of James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Calvin Bassey and Borna Barisic.

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John Lundstram should move back into the midfield role alongside Ryan Jack and Glen Kamara.

The forward line will be interesting, it remains to be seen whether Kemar Roofe and Aaron Ramsey will be fit enough to feature. Presuming Roofe is, then he will be the focal point of the attack with Ryan Kent and Joe Aribo either side.

Predicted line-up: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Bassey, Barisic, Kamara, Lundstram, Jack, Aribo, Kent, Roofe.

Joshua Barrie

Van Bronckhorst’s team selection will accommodate the blend of aggression and discipline required to overturn a one-goal deficit and reach a European final.

Allan McGregor is sure to start in goals, perhaps behind a back three. With Domenico Tedesco sure to favour a three at the back system, matching up all over the pitch could enable an attacking approach.

That could see John Lundstram line up in the hybrid role he’s excelled in on the continent, with a midfield duo of Glen Kamara and Ryan Jack ahead of him.

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James Tavernier and Borna Barisic should provide width with the trio of Fashion Sakala, Ryan Kent and Joe Aribo making up the compliment. Sakala, while raw across the board, is a goal threat and if played from the left, the Zambian could make a good impact. His aerial ability could also provide an edge.

While Kemar Roofe and Aaron Ramsey are fighting to be involved, it seems unlikely either start after injury lay-offs.

Predicted line-up: McGregor, Goldson, Lundstram, Bassey, Tavernier, Kamara, Jack, Barisic, Kent, Aribo, Sakala.