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Braga vs Rangers: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview

9:00 PM GMT+8 07/04/2022
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The Scottish side are looking to take another step towards long-awaited European glory once more but face a tricky test in the last eight

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Braga is set to take on Rangers on Thursday in a UEFA Europa League match. This is the first leg of the quarterfinal matchup between these two sides, with the second leg set to be played on April 14.

Watch Braga vs Rangers on fuboTV (try for free)

Rangers is coming off of a 4-2 aggregate win in the Round of 16 over Red Star Belgrade, while Braga defeated Monaco by a 3-1 aggregate score in the last round.

Ahead of the game, GOAL has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.

Games Braga vs Rangers
Date April 7, 2022
Times 3pm ET, 12pm PT
Stream fubo TV (try for free)

TV channel, live stream & how to watch

In the United States (US), UEFA Europa League matches can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (try for free).

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

U.S. TV channelOnline stream
TUDNxtra 1fubo TV (try for free)

Team news & rosters

PositionBraga roster
Goalkeepers Matheus, Sa, Hornicek
Defenders Couto, Tormena, Leite, Sequeira, Rolando, P. Oliveira, Carmo, Guilherme, Buta, Fabiano, Moura, Pinto, Rodrigues
Midfielders El Masrati, A. Horta, Mineiro, Pinto Veiga, Soares, Gorby, Berna, Castro

Forwards

Ruiz, R. Horta, Kodisang, Medeiros, Gomes, Fernandes, Fale, V. Oliveira

Braga began its Europa League journey in the group stage, finishing second in Group F to Red Star Belgrade. Os Arcebispos then went on to beat Sheriff Tiraspol in the knockout round playoff on penalty kicks.

Braga had one of the top goal scorers in the Europa League, Galeno, on the roster during the group stage, but he departed for Porto during January’s transfer window. But Ricardo Horta has scored four goals for Braga, while Abel Ruiz had a goal in both legs of the Round of 16.

In the Primeira Liga, Braga sits in fourth place through 28 matches. It is currently nine points behind Benfica for third.

Predicted Braga starting XI: Matheus; Oliveira, Carmo, Tormena, Fabiano, Al-Musrati, Horta, Gomes, Medeiros, Horta, Ruiz.

PositionRangers roster
Goalkeepers McGregor, McCrorie, McLaughlin
Defenders Tavernier, Bassey, Helander, Goldson, Simpson, Zukowski, Balogun, Barisic, King
Midfielders Lundstram, Hagi, Jack, Davis, Ramsey, Aribo, Kamara, Sands, Wright, McCann, Lowry
Forwards Diallo, Itten, Kent, Morelos, Roofe, Sakala

Rangers entered the tournament in the playoff round, defeating Alashkert 1-0 before finishing second to Lyon in Group A play. After that came a knockout round playoff win over Borussia Dortmund.

Two Rangers players are on the Europa League leaderboard for goals scored, with Colombia’s Alfredo Morelos and England’s James Tavernier both having put in four goals, putting them in a large tie for the fourth-most goals scored in the competition.

The Light Blues are currently second in the Scottish Premiership, with 73 points through 32 matches. The team is six points back of Celtic.

Predicted Rangers starting XI: McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Balogun, Bassey, Jack, Lundstram, Aribo, Ramsey, Kent, Morelos.

Last five results

Braga resultsRangers results
Braga 3-2 Benfica (Apr 1)Rangers 1-2 Celtic (Apr 3)
Portimonense 1-2 Braga (Mar 20)Dundee 1-2 Rangers (Mar 20)
Monaco 1-1 Braga (Mar 17)Red Star Belgrade 2-1 Rangers (Mar 17)
Braga 0-1 Gil Vicente (Mar 13)Dundee 0-3 Rangers (Mar 13)
Braga 2-0 Monaco (Mar 10)Rangers 3-0 Red Star Belgrade (Mar 10)

Head-to-head

DateResult
2/26/2020Braga 0-1 Rangers
2/20/2020Rangers 3-2 Braga