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Champions League Qualifying – 11/1 Bet Builder: Rangers v Malmo

Ibrox will be rocking on Tuesday night at full capacity, as Rangers look to turn their Champions League qualifier on its head.

The Scottish champions trail the Swedish champions 2-1 following their first leg in Malmo, with Steven Gerrard handed an early must-win match of the season.

We’ve eyed up a tasty 11/1 Bet Builder for Tuesday’s Champions League qualifier:

  • Both teams to score
  • Fashion Sakala to score anytime
  • Under 9 corners in the match
  • Rangers to qualify

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Rangers v Malmo Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Both teams to score

Malmo have blanked just once in their last 13 outings, with Rangers scoring in 11 of their last 12 competitive matches.

We saw three goals in the opening leg and it wouldn’t be a surprise in the slightest if both teams found the net once again at Ibrox.

Fashion Sakala to score anytime

Rangers’ new striker Fashion Sakala is available for selection on Tuesday after missing their shock defeat to Dundee United.

The Zambian has arrived off the back of a fruitful season with Oostende and will be keen to break his duck in front of the Ibrox faithful.

Under 9 corners in the match

There’s been under 9 corners in two of Rangers’ last four matches – I know, this is hardly overwhelming evidence, but the nature of a second leg should play into the hands of the unders market.

Malmo will be expected to defend deep from the opening whistle and it may take a while for attacks to build.

Rangers to qualify

Home advantage in front of a bouncing Ibrox and the relative safety of an away goal should see Rangers through here.

They’ll be playing with freedom after their 40-match unbeaten run came to an end at the weekend, and an early goal should settle some nerves.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.