Our team of writers make their predictions on who will make the starting line-up in tonight's historic match. 

Joshua Barrie

Today, the Rangers side who take to the pitch have the chance to become club icons. 

And expect the 11 who earned this final place against RB Leipzig to play from the start in Seville. 

Allan McGregor will prop up a defensive unit that could operate as a back four or five, depending on the flow of the game. 

John Lundstram may well start in midfield alongside Ryan Jack, however, no supporter will be surprised to see him drop into a back five and Glen Kamara slot into a midfield pair. 

The big question surrounds the forward areas. Will Aaron Ramsey or Kemar Roofe start? Given both have been on the treatment table recently, it seems more likely that Joe Aribo will continue his spot at the top of the attack. Flanked by Ryan Kent and the industrious Scott Wright. 

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

Derek Clark

It’s quite incredible to think of Rangers playing in a Europa League final without a recognised striker but despite Kemar Roofe’s best efforts, he simply cannot start a game of this magnitude.

Expect the same team that started against Ross County at Ibrox last week with one notable change.

Allan McGregor will have the chance to bow out in the greatest way possible and will start in goal. The back four will consist of top scorer James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Calvin Bassey and Borna Barisic.

John Lundstram, Glen Kamara and Ryan Jack will provide the drive in the engine room with the front three likely to comprise Scott Wright on the right, Ryan Kent on the left and Joe Aribo as the false nine.

Alex Lowry is the player who makes way but don’t be surprised to see the youngster play some part in the final alongside Aaron Ramsey and potentially Roofe depending on how the game goes.

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

Craig Vickers

Allan McGregor made a crucial stop in the semi-final second leg from RB Leipzig's Konrad Laimer and should retain his place between the posts. 

van Bronckhorst is likely to stick with the same back four which defended so commendably against the Bundesliga side, with Tavernier given license to motor forward while Barisic will tuck infield to supplement Bassey and Goldson. 

Lundstram's athleticism in midfield will be a huge asset - as will his ability to drop back to make it a three-man defence - while Ryan Jack is comfortable taking the ball in tight areas to help Rangers alleviate pressure. Glen Kamara should assume his advanced role in midfield. 

It's hard to envisage Kemar Roofe having anything more than half an hour in his legs, although Aribo deputised impressively in the semi-final against RB Leipzig before a concussion forced him off in Glasgow. Wright and Kent offer plenty of energy with and without the ball. 

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

Jonny McFarlane

The boys are unanimous but I think they are missing a trick with Aaron Ramsey.

If you have a fit Ramsey, you surely have to play him.

The Welshman is a world-class player and despite being with Arsenal when they made the final of this competition, he missed out through injury.

He will be desperate to make an impression and when you have a player of his gifts both motivated and physically right, I don't see a cogent argument for Scott Wright being a better option.

The former Aberdeen man has been good since his return to the side and is an excellent ball carrier but he's not got anything like the levels Ramsey has in his locker.

He's shown time and again for Wales he can be a top-level difference-maker and I'd back more of the same in Seville.

The rest of the team picks itself with Roofe primed to come on if needed later in the match. 

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