KICK off: 18 March 22:00
Team news: Steven Gerrard confirmed that midfielder Ryan Jack, who was unavailable for the clash in Prague last week, is an injury doubt for the second leg. If the 29-year-old is fit enough to make the matchday squad, then he is likely to start on the bench. Gers forward Kemar Roofe was available for selection last week, after previously suffering from a calf problem and after starting on the bench against Slavia, he could be handed a start up front ahead of Ianis Hagi. Club captain James Tavernier remains out injured but defender Leon Balogun is back from suspension and is in contention to feature, although the Nigerian is expected to start on the bench with Nathan Patterson to continue at right-back and Connor Goldson partnering Filip Helander in the heart of defence. Slavia Prague boss Jindrich Trpisovsky will be hoping to have winger Peter Olayinka available for the second leg on Thursday and should he recover in time, then the visitors may name an unchanged starting lineup from the first leg. Attacking midfielder Nicolae Stanciu, who is set to start once again on Thursday, will be one player Rangers need to keep an eye on. The Romanian is currently in fine form, scoring six goals in his last four games in all competitions, including a brilliant strike in the first leg. Striker Jan Kuchta – who has scored 13 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions – was rested last weekend and is expected to return to the starting XI at the expense of forward Stanislav Tecl, who recently scored four goals in a 10-3 Czech Cup victory earlier this month.
Prediction: Over 2,5 goals
League: Europa League
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