John Lundstram says Rangers will need to use the roaring Ibrox crowd to their advantage when they look to overturn their 2-0 deficit against Union Saint Gilloise (Match Result – Rangers 7/10, Draw 11/4, Saint Gilloise 18/5).

Goals from Teddy Teuma and Dante Vanzeir have put the Belgian side in pole position to make it into the play-off round for the Champions League, where they would face either Monaco or PSV Eindhoven.

This is the first time Les Unionistes have played in the Champions League and Lundstram believes the raucous atmosphere could prove too much for some of their players.

The Gers’ home crowd helped cheer them to last season’s Europa League final and, while the midfielder admits his side face an uphill battle on Tuesday, he feels the ingredients are there for another memorable night at Ibrox (To qualify – Rangers 11/4, Union Saint Gilloise 1/4).

“It is a phenomenal place to play football so we try and use that to our strength – if the opposition can cope with it great and if not then it is a benefit for us,” he said.

“After big nights in Europe we talk about it. It’s not just us that talk about it, the whole country and the whole of the Europe talks about the atmosphere at Ibrox and we certainly need it again tomorrow night.

“We are under no illusions that it’ll be a tough night for us to overcome the 2-0 deficit, we put ourselves in that position but there’s no reason why we can’t with that fan base behind us.”

That tie between PSV and Monaco is currently evenly balanced at 1-1 and Eindhoven will also be hoping to make home advantage count on Tuesday (Match Betting – PSV 13/10, Draw 5/2, Monaco 19/10).

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Elsewhere in the League Path, Dynamo Kyiv lead Sturm Graz 1-0 (Match Result – Graz 11/8, Draw 9/4, Kyiv 19/10) heading into their return game in Austria, while Benfica will expect to qualify after beating Midtjylland 4-1 last week in Lisbon.

In the Champions Path, both Bodo/Glimt and Crvena Zvezda hold 5-0 advantages as they travel to Zalgiris Vilnius and Pyunik, respectively, while Maccabi Haifa are 4-0 up ahead of their trip to Apollon Limassol.

However, the other three ties are far tighter, with Ferencvaros 1-1 with Qarabag after Franck Boli’s opener was cancelled out by Owusu Kwabena’s equaliser last week in Baku (Match Result – Ferencvaros 11/10, Draw 23/10, Qarabag 12/5).

Meanwhile, Dinamo Zagreb hold a 2-1 lead over Ludogorets heading into the second leg at the Maksimir (Match Result – Dinamo 8/11, Draw 11/4, Ludogorets 7/2).

Viktoria Plzen enjoy the same cushion against Sheriff Tiraspol thanks to Pavel Bucha’s winner last week in Chisinau (Match Result – Plzen 1/2, Draw 11/4, Sheriff 6/1).

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