RANGERS get their first shot at European silverware since 2008 as they take on Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League final.
The Gers have already overcome the odds to dispatch two fancied German sides in RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund.
However, Frankfurt pulled off a massive upset over Barcelona in the round of 16, as well as comfortably dealing with West Ham in the semi-final.
And securing the trophy is the only way Eintracht can land themselves in Europe for next season so they’ll be raring to go.
A Champions League place is on offer for the winner with Rangers looking to qualify for the first time since 2010 and Frankfurt for the first time since 1960.
What time does Frankfurt vs Rangers kick off?
- Rangers face Frankfurt TONIGHT.
- It is scheduled to kick off at 8pm UK time – 9pm in locally.
- Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in Seville is the assigned arena for the mouth-watering final.
- This will be the first encounter between the sides since a European Cup semi-final in 1960 where Frankfurt astoundingly won 12-4 on aggregate.
- Extra time and penalties are available if necessary.
What TV channel is Rangers vs Frankfurt on and can I live stream it?
Can I watch Rangers vs Frankfurt for free?
Yes. BT Sport have made all their online platforms free to air for the Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League finals.
Viewers with a Smart TV can watch directly on their television screens with the BT Sport app.
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Key man Alfredo Morelos remains injured for Rangers ahead of this showpiece final, along with Filip Helander.
Ianis Hagi has teased a return but is not registered to play.
Joe Aribo and Ryan Jack both went off in the semi-final win over RB Leipzig but are expected to return for the final.
Frankfurt lost key centre-back Martin Hinteregger in the semi-final second leg against West Ham and he will not be fit in time for this game.
Talented youngster Evan Ndicka went off with a muscle injury against Mainz at the weekend, but it is claimed that this was just as a precaution.
Diant Ramaj, Jesper Lindstrom and Danny da Costa are all definitely out for the German side.
90 minutes only
- Frankfurt to win 29/20
- Draw 23/10
- Rangers to win 2/1
To lift the trophy
- Frankfurt to win 4/6
- Rangers to win 11/10
*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication