|Venue: Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow Date: Tuesday, 16 August Kick-off: 20:00 BST|
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Rangers have a chance to reach the biggest stage in European football if they beat PSV in the play-offs.
The two sides will meet in the first leg at Ibrox on Tuesday.
PSV are managed by a man who was on the international team.
Van Bronckhorst was a coach in the European club competition.
He said that it is a tournament that he would like to be involved in as a player, a club, and a coach. The tournament is one of the best in Europe.
I came here to win prizes and to play in the highest level of the game and that is the European Championship.
I want to bring the club back into the big stage of European football.
Ryan Kent and James Sands are both back in the squad.
Both Kent and Sands started last week's win against Union Saint Gilloise but missed Saturday's game.
How we start the game and how we play are the most important things.
We have to be on top of our game and in good shape.
PSV beat Emmen and Go Ahead Eagles in the first two weeks of the season, after winning the Dutch Super Cup.
Van Nistelrooy's side beat Monaco 4-3 on aggregate and won the second leg 3-2 in extra- time.
They've had a lot of games this season. There's a clear way of playing and they're comfortable on the ball.
You're going to face a very difficult opponent in the last step of the group stages.
I didn't think that he'd become a coach. I didn't think of being a coach when I was a player. It began after. It's a place where he knows a lot of people.
You can choose your team. You can either go for the team you want the manager to pick, or the one you think he will choose.