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Thursday 26 November 21:00

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Rangers vs Benfica – UEFA Europa League Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Match Prediction

Group D Match Day 4 encounter, with Rangers taking on Benfica on Thursday the 26th of November, 2020, at Ibrox Stadium.

It’s been three weeks now, and it’s still hard to believe how Rangers MANAGED to leave Lisbon with ONLY one point… Sure, they conceded first, just 60 seconds into the match, but with Nicolás Otamendi out after seeing a direct red card in the 19th minute, Rangers took control, equalized in the 24th minute, went 1-2 up a minute later(!), 1-3 up early in the second half, and even had a shot on the post soon after that. Somehow, they conceded in the 77th minute, but even so, they should have stayed up. Instead, in added time, eight Rangers players failed to neutralize TWO Benfica players, and the Portuguese side equalized, an absolutely insane 3-3, a massive opportunity missed by Rangers to beat Benfica in Lisbon. Still, they are on seven points from three games, level with Benfica, with third-placed Lech Poznań on three points. In exactly two weeks from how, Rangers should be in the round of 32. Their current form reads; WWDWW. They beat Aberdeen 4-0 at home on Sunday, in their championship. They are leading there, on 41 points from 15 matches(!). Coach Steven Gerrard played a 4-3-3 formation in Lisbon three weeks ago. Benfica’s Diogo Gonçalves scored an own-goal to equalize for Rangers, Glen Kamara made it 1-2 right after that, and Alfredo Morelos scored his team’s last goal.

Kudos to Benfica for what they did three weeks ago… Most other teams would have lost… Their current form reads; WLDLW. As previously mentioned, they are on seven points from three matches in this group. On Saturday they faced Paredes in Portugal’s Cup, a game they won 0-1. Coach Jorge Jesus played a 4-4-1-1 formation against Rangers at home, at least in the first 19 minutes, until Otamendi’s red card. Benfica’s early goal was an own-goal. Rafa Silva made it 2-3 in the 77th minute, assisted by Darwin Núñez, who had come off the bench in the 60th minute. The Uruguayan made perfect use of Luca Waldschmidt’s assist in added time (yet another substitute), to equalize for the Lisbon side.

That 3-3 in Lisbon three weeks ago was the first game ever between these two.

If only this game is as entertaining, or at least HALF as entertaining as the one in Lisbon three weeks ago...

A 2-2 draw is predicted at full-time.

Date: Thursday, 26th of November, 2020.

Venue: Ibrox Stadium

Kick-off time: 21:00 (GMT+2).