Rangers vs Kilmarnock
The runner-up in the Europa League will be looking to get back on track after a disappointing loss to Belgian Union Gilloise on Tuesday. Royale Union Saint-Gilloise has not played in a European tournament in 58 years, so the Light Blues were expected to win. On the other hand, Giovanni van Bronckhorst's team did nothing all night and lost 2-0 at Den Dreef. Even though it will be hard for them, everyone expects the home team to do well and beat Kilmarnock. Kilmarnock, looking for a first win, will also try to win when they play Rangers at Ibrox Stadium. In their first game, they tied with Dundee United.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Rangers - hoping to make it two wins in a row
The rangers should win easily because they have done well at home against Kilmarnock. Rangers will try to build on their dramatic 2-1 win against Livingston when they host Kilmarnock at Ibrox Stadium on Match Day 2. Since the hosts have a UEFA Champions League qualification match on Tuesday, they will likely put that game ahead of this one and rest some of their best players. Yilmaz and Davies want to be in the starting lineup, but Roofe, Helander, Morelos, and Hagi are all hurt.
Kilmarnock - can Killie get their first league win
Kilmarnock, the newly promoted side, drew 1-1 with Dundee United in their league opener last week. After finishing second in Group B, they qualified for the knockout stages of the Scottish League Cup. Still, they will have a considerably tougher test against Rangers, a formidable force at Ibrox. Due to a groin strain he suffered playing in the Scottish League Cup in July, Kilmarnock will be without their first-choice goalkeeper Zach Hemming for the start of their Premiership campaign. Both with hamstring and heel injuries, Chris Stokes and Scott Robinson are also doubts.
Expert Betting Tips
There has been a poor start to the season for the Rangers. In the first leg of their UEFA Champions League third qualifying round tie, Giovanni van Bronckhorst's Bears were beaten 2-0 by Royale Union Saint-Gilloise after coming from behind to beat Livingston late on the previous weekend. Newly promoted Kilmarnock team, who drew 1-1 with Dundee United in their Premiership opener last Saturday, will be their next opponent. The Gers have dominated their southern rivals with 159 victories and 33 victories, with 41 victories being split.Although Kilmarnock will put up a fight, Rangers is expected to extend their good record.
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