Rangers vs. Olympiacos: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & team news

RANGERS are in action at Ibrox for the final team before the new season kicks-off in just over a week’s time.

The Light Blues welcome Greek giants Olympiacos to Ibrox for their third and final home pre-season clash.

Beale was happy with the win over Hamburg


Beale was happy with the win over HamburgCredit: Willie Vass

Michael Beale’s men lost 2-1 to Newcastle in Allan McGregor’s testimonial last week before beating Hamburg by the same scoreline on Saturday.

Having already been out in Germany for a pre-season training camp, the Rangers will head out to the nation again to take on Hoffenheim this weekend.

Before that, it’s Olympiacos at Ibrox tonight.

SunSport has all of the details ahead of the big game.

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When is Rangers vs. Olympiacos?

  • Rangers face Olympiacos TONIGHT, Wednedsay July 26
  • The game is taking place at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow
  • Kick-off is at 7.45pm

Is Rangers vs. Olympiacos on TV? Can I live stream it?

  • Rangers vs. Olympiacos isn’t on TV
  • It is, however, being streamed live on RangersTV
  • Fans can purchase the match on PPV for £6.99 on RangersTV
  • Alternatively, you can follow all of the action with SunSport’s LIVE match blog

What’s the team news?

Rangers fans got their first look at Cyriel Dessers in the win over Hamburg and he’ll be hoping to get the nod from the start tonight.

Tom Lawrence will be keen to get more minutes too having made his long-awaited return from almost a year out in the same game.

Dujon Sterling is injured while the Light Blues have yet to confirm the signings of Danilo and Jose Cifuentes, although both are close.

Olympiacos, who finished third in the Greek Superleague last season, don’t perhaps have the vast array of household names they once had.

But they do have some dangerous players in their ranks, including Moroccan World Cup star Youssef El-Arabi and South Korean favourite Hwang In-beom.

Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page

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