Rangers travel to Spartak Moscow on Thursday evening for a Europa League match and are involved in a close knit group.
Steven Gerrard’s side currently top their group at the half way stage with five points from three games, but the four teams are only separated by three points.
The Light Blues were held to a goalless draw at Ibrox in their last match with Spartak and could do with a victory in their backyard to move a step closer to qualification to the knockout rounds.
They were lacking a clinical touch in the first meeting between the teams and Gers centre-forward Alfredo Morelos should certainly want some redemption in the rematch.
Morelos has been in in sensational form this campaign, scoring 14 goals and supplying eight assists in 23 games across all competitions.
But Spartak were one of the teams to shut him out and he would love to change that on Thursday.
The Colombian attacker had a couple of goalscoring opportunities saved in the first meeting with Spartak and didn’t get reward for his work-rate.
He is used to finding the back of the net regularly in a Rangers shirt and the 22-year-old should be eyeing up redemption against Spartak.