The match is over.
Young Boys welcome Rangers to the Stade de Suisse for their first home game in Group G of this season’s Europa League. Defeat in their first game means they will be going all out for the victory here.
Young Boys managed an early goal away against Porto but were unable to come away with any points. The defence is not as sound as before but the Swiss side should be good for the win here.
After relatively cagey opening games for both these teams this game promises top be slightly more open as Young Boys and Rangers look to stamp some authority on the group.
Young Boys scared Porto in the first half on their game at the Estadio do Dragao when they converted their 15th minute penalty. The Swiss champions will be looking to get into a similarly imposing first half lead against Rangers.
Head to Head
Young Boys have not come up against Scottish opposition on many occasions – and they have not been very successful. In four games the Swiss side has lost two and drawn two.
A home win for Young Boys
Young Boys should be able to use home advantage to help them pick up all three points in Berne. But Rangers are high on confidence right now and will be expecting to come away with a victory of their own.
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