On BayArena will be played tonight at 19:55, the return from the eighth finals of UEL, where Leverkusen has a win against Rangers, the Germans winning the tour 3-1.

Leverkusen

The Dutch team Bosz failed to catch the last position of UCL at the end of the Bundesliga season, thus finishing on the 5th place with 63 points.
A relatively good season for Bayer, which would have wanted a new qualification in the UCL groups.
The DFB Pokal trophy did not manage to bring it to the club’s window either, having no chance against the Bayern champion.
That was the last official match played by Leverkusen, more precisely at the beginning of July.
Only Paulinho is uncertain for this match, Bosz having the whole team at his disposal for a qualification in the quarterfinals.

Rangers

The Scottish season ended just after the pandemic began, with Scottish football officials claiming it was better for the health of the players.
Rangers therefore end the season in 2nd place, at a fairly long distance from Celtic, but with the hope that they can win the title in the next period.
Steven Gerrard’s team played the last official match even in UEL against Leverkusen, being practically the last game with their own fans.
Rangers returned to the field in the friendly games in mid-July, and on August 1 he made his debut in the new Premiership season, winning in the first round against Aberdeen.
Gerrard’s entire batch is valid for this move.

⚽️Direct meetings

In the tour of the Rangers arena, the Germans had no emotion about winning the duel, attributed to the score of 3-1.

⚽️Leverkusen vs Rangers likely team

Leverkusen (4-2-3-1): Hradecky – Bender, Tah, Bender, Sinkgraven – Demirbay, Baumgartlinger – Bailey, Amiri, Wirtz – Volland
Rangers (4-3-3): McGregor – Barisic, Balogun, Goldson, Tavernier – Kamara, Jack, Aribo – Kent, Morelos, Hagi

Football Prediction fo the Day Leverkusen vs Rangers

An extremely ambitious group was formed for the Glasgow team, and as we know Ianis Hagi, Rangers definitely go to Leverkusen to play the match of their lives, Steven Gerrard still believing in his students.
Bosz’s team has long since settled its accounts with the official matches, and we do not know how well the Germans will manage this advantage, but regardless of the problems they will accuse tactically, I think the attack will work in the same German spirit as pandemic time.
Rangers believe in her chance, and I hope she will be much more careful at the end in this trip because without 3 goals scored, the UEL quarter seems just a utopia for the Scots.
So, with all the weapons thrown on the field by Steven Gerrard and a Leverkusen who will have the desire to score as in the round, I think we should have at least 3 successes on the table.

Prediction Today: Over 2.5 goals
Odds: 1.60