Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst goes up against his Eintracht Frankfurt counterpart Oliver Glasner in tonight's Europa League final in Seville.

Rangers team named for Europa League final as Giovanni van Bronckhorst makes huge call on Kemar Roofe

Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst has named his starting 11 for the Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville.

By Matthew Elder
Wednesday, 18th May 2022, 6:50 pm
Updated Wednesday, 18th May 2022, 7:01 pm

The Dutchman is hoping to become only the second Rangers manager in history to lift a European trophy, after Willie Waddell’s Barcelona Bears claimed the Cup Winners' Cup with a 3-2 win over Dynamo Moscow in 1972.

The current boss has put faith in the same players who overcame RB Leipzig at Ibrox in the semi-final second leg in the hope they can produce a repeat result and performance and bring the trophy back to Ibrox.

Kemar Roofe is available again having missed the last seven matches but the Jamaican international has been named on the bench with Joe Aribo, normally a midfielder, set to lead the Rangers attack.

Eintracht play a back three and it looks like Rangers will match them up.

Here is the Eintracht Frankfurt XI: Trapp, N'Dicka, Sow, Kostic, Kamada, Rode, Toure, Borre, Lindstrom, Tuta, Knauff Subs: Grahl, Jakic, Hrustic, Lammers, Hasebe, Ache, Chandler, Hauge, Da Costa, Lenz, Barkok, Paciencia.

Here is the Rangers starting XI for the big match:

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