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Rangers FC have been on a dream run in the Europa League this season and after knocking out teams like Dortmund and Leipzig, the SPFL side will now take on Eintracht Frankfurt in the final.

This is their first European final since 2008 so obviously, there will be a lot of nerves but the Scottish side have already taken down some of the biggest German teams so they will be brimming with confidence before the final.

The Gers have missed out on a domestic title but that won’t mean anything if they can lift the Europa League trophy on Wednesday night. They go into this match on a four-game winning streak while their opponents have won only three of their last 13 matches in all competitions.

This will be a really close match to call but the last thing GvB will want is for his players to become overconfident because Eintracht Frankfurt have all the assets to hurt them during the 90 minutes. The Germans, like Rangers, have knocked out some of the biggest teams like West Ham United and FC Barcelona.

Rangers FC team news:

The Gers manager had the opportunity to rest most of his regular starters this weekend so all of them will be fresh for the Europa League final.

While he has the required number of players to name a strong starting XI but several big names are going to miss out due to injuries.

The likes of Ianis Hagi, Filip Helander and Alfredo Morelos are ruled out until the summer while Ryan Jack and Kemar Roofe are also likely to miss out.

Jack has missed Rangers’ last three matches through injury and will be touch and go on Wednesday night and forward Kemar Roofe is also ruled out for the remainder of the season after picking up an injury in the Old Firm Derby.

Eintracht team news:

Oliver Glasner quite surprisingly chose to name a really strong side for their weekend game against Mainz so we are not expecting too many rotations in the first XI.

Evan Ndicka had picked up an injury in that match but his manager has admitted that he will be fit to play in Seville.

Glasner told the press: “It’s nothing bad – he has blisters on his feet. Everyone came out well.

“He looks pretty good. Everything is going according to plan.”

Martin Hinteregger and Jesper Lindstrom are both going to miss the Europa League final due to hamstring injuries and the Eintracht manager will also be without Diant Ramaj and Danny da Costa.

How to watch the Europa League final?

Kick-off: Wednesday, 18th May 2022 at 20:00 BST

Venue: Estadio R. Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville

Referee: Slavko Vincic

How to watch in USA: CBS Sports Network, Univision NOW, TUDN App, UniMás, TUDN USA,, Paramount+

How to watch in the UK: BT Sport Ultimate, TalkSport Radio UK, BBC Radio 5 Live, BT Sport 1, BT Sport App,

How to watch in Germany: RTL, RTL+, Servus TV

How to watch in India: Sony LIV, JioTV, SONY TEN 2 HD, SONY TEN 2

Recent form:

Rangers FC: DWWWW

Eintracht Frankfurt: WLWDD

Europa League final Prediction:

Eintracht Frankfurt 1-2 Rangers

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