PSV Eindhoven vs Rangers Match Preview
posted on 30-08-2023 by TipOfTheDay
UEFA Champions League Playoffs: PSV Eindhoven vs Rangers. Predictions, Betting Tips & Match Preview.
League: UEFA Champions League
Event: PSV - Rangers
Date: 30/08/2023 15:00
Profit : 28.10
Yield : 5.98 %
Win Rate : 59.57 %
Avg. Odds : 1.69
Total Tips : 47
PSV Eindhoven welcome Rangers at Philips Stadion on Wednesday night having claimed a 2-2 draw on the road in the opening leg of their UEFA Champions League playoffs tie.
PSV Eindhoven were the side that was the better on the field in the first leg played in Scotland. They conceded twice but they found both times the equalizer and now have a slide advantage for the qualification. PSV have won five and drawn once in their six official games this season. They scored 15 and conceded five over that period, netting first in five of these matches.
De Jong has the scoring lead for PSV in European qualifying this season with four goals.
Rangers had the lead twice against PSV in the first leg, but couldn't keep it until the end to get the victory. Rangers have won four, drawn two, and lost once in their seven official games this season. They scored 13 and conceded six over that period, netting first in four of these matches.
James Tavernier is the leading scorer in European qualifying for Rangers with two goals.
PSV Eindhoven vs Rangers History & Statistics
Last season Rangers outclassed PSV in the same stage of the competition with a 3-2 aggregate score (2-2 at Ibrox Stadium, 0-1 win on the road).
Hosts PSV won their only Champions League qualifying contest to date on home soil, 4-1 over Sturm Graz.
PSV have scored before half-time in their last 9 home games. They also scored in the second half of each of these games.
L. de Jong has scored in the last 3 games for PSV
Rangers earned a point in their only qualifying match on the road, 1-1 against Servette.
PSV Eindhoven were close to prevailing in Scotland, while we expect that things should be far better for them in this second leg. Rangers are known for a more passive approach on road games and with the help of the great atmosphere of their fans at Philips Stadion, PSV could dominate in this return leg, sealing their group stage ticket.