Rangers can take one step closer to the Europa League group stages on Thursday night when they host Osijek in the second leg of the second qualifying round.
The first leg finished in a 1-0 win for Rangers in Croatia and they are now favourites to win the second leg and progress into the next stage.
It is a lengthy process to reach the group stages with Rangers already coming through one qualifying round and facing two more after this one.
Here is all you need to know about when and where to watch the game on Thursday.
When is Rangers vs Osijek?
The match is on Thursday, 2 August with kick-off at Ibrox at 7.45pm.
Is the match on television and is there a live stream?
The game is being shown on Premier Sports, which you will need to be a subscriber of to view.
Premier Sports is available on Sky channel 412 in HD and on 866 in standard definition, it is also on Virgin Media channel 127.
You can get a subscription to Premier Sports for £9.99 a month which will allow you to stream matches through their Premier Player.
Coverage starts at 7.30pm on Thursday.
What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)
Are tickets still available?
The Rangers website does not state that the fixture is sold out so tickets should still be available at £18 adults, £12 concessions and £7 juniors.