'Buckle in': Rangers fans react to line-up vs Slavia Prague and share title hangover fears 'Anything else is a bonus'

Steven Gerrard named a strong and attacking Rangers side to take on SK Slavia Prague in the last 16 of the Europa League.

Rangers' English manager Steven Gerrard looks on during the UEFA Europa League Round of 32, 2nd leg football match between Rangers and Royal Antwerp at the Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow on February 25, 2021. (Photo by RUSSELL CHEYNE / POOL / AFP) (Photo by RUSSELL CHEYNE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
Rangers' English manager Steven Gerrard looks on during the UEFA Europa League Round of 32, 2nd leg football match between Rangers and Royal Antwerp at the Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow on February 25, 2021. (Photo by RUSSELL CHEYNE / POOL / AFP) (Photo by RUSSELL CHEYNE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

That wet the whistle of the expectant Rangers fans – though many were hopeful there would be no hangover – metaphorical or literal – from the weekend’s title win when the team emerged at the Sinobo Stadium.

@stc18: “That’s a very attacking line up! Was expecting Arfield to be in midfield three.”

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@johnnyrfc247: “Mon the champions keep this amazing European run going full flow best in the world. Joe Aribo will be the hero tonight.”

@JustAGersFan: “Hagi on suggests were going for it. Buckle in!”

@A96oaye_1: “It’s vital Gers forget about Sunday’s events, and focus on the task in hand!”

@john_dryburgh: “Can we win please without the drama of Benfica or Antwerp games. Many thanks.”

@TheRanter2012: “Hoping for a strong defensive performance tonight, failing that, just score more than them.

Ryan Martin: “Hangover United – if we play the way we can we win”

Paul Fleming: “Hope there's no hangovers from the weekend, literally.”

Ewy Twaddle: “Whatever happens, we have completed what we set out to do. This is just a bonus.”

Maharg Parky: “55 was all that mattered to me this season and we done it in record breaking style , anything else going forward is a bonus.”

Lee A Turnbull: "I hope I'm wrong but I fear we may get cuffed tonight especially after the highs of Sunday it's gonna be tough to raise that game to there level but I hope I'm wrong and anyways does it matter! Fur after all we're the champions.”

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