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Brøndby vs Rangers betting tips: Europa League preview, predictions and odds

Brøndby vs Rangers betting tips: Europa League preview, predictions and odds
Broendby IF
Glasgow Rangers
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Tshiembe, Kevin
Hedlund, Simon
Pavlovic, Andrija
Barisic, Borna
Ughelumba, Calvin
Hagi, Ianis
Uhre, Mikael
Greve Petersen, Mathias
Davis, Steven
Bacuna, Juninho
Bruus, Andreas
Riveros, Blas
Cappis, Christian
Slimane, Anis
Sakala, Fashion
Kent, Ryan
Arfield, Scott
Hagi, Ianis
Morelos, Alfredo
Roofe, Kemar
Balogun, Leon
Sakala, Fashion
Morelos, Alfredo

Brøndby vs Rangers betting tips

This article covers Brøndby vs Rangers betting tips and predictions, and these are the betting odds.

Brøndby 14/5

Draw 11/4

Rangers 10/11

Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

Brøndby vs Rangers: Match details

Match: Brøndby vs Rangers

Competition: UEFA Europa League Group A matchday 4

Date: Thursday 4 November 2021

Kick-off time: 5:45 pm, (UK)

Stadium: Brøndby Stadium

Betting prediction: Brøndby 1-2 Rangers

Brøndby vs Rangers betting tips: Europa League preview, predictions and odds

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – APRIL 11: Ryan Kent of Rangers celebrates scoring his team’s second goal during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Hibernian at Ibrox Stadium on April 11, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Brøndby vs Rangers: Recommended bets

Rangers to win and both teams to score is 11/4.

Rangers to win and over 2.5 goals is 15/8.

Alfredo Morelos is 4/1 to break the deadlock and 6/5 to score anytime.

Mikael Uhre is 6/1 to open the scoring and 15/8 to net in 90 minutes.

Brøndby vs Rangers: What are the betting odds?

Brøndby vs Rangers – recent form and head to head statistics

Broendby IF vs Glasgow Rangers form
FC Midtjylland vs Broendby IF - 1:2
Sparta Prague vs Broendby IF - 2:0
Broendby IF vs FC Midtjylland - 0:2
Broendby IF vs Randers FC - 1:0
Broendby IF vs Olympique Lyon - 1:3
Latest match form, last 5 games:
Glasgow Rangers vs St Mirren FC - 2:0
Glasgow Rangers vs Dundee United - 1:0
Glasgow Rangers vs St Johnstone FC - 2:0
Heart of Midlothian FC vs Glasgow Rangers - 0:2
Olympique Lyon vs Glasgow Rangers - 1:1
Last 5 games for Broendby IF
December 12, 2021 DBU Pokalen 21/22 FC Midtjylland 1  - 2 Broendby IF
December 9, 2021 UEFA Europa League 21/22 Sparta Prague 2  - 0 Broendby IF
December 5, 2021 DBU Pokalen 21/22 Broendby IF 0  - 2 FC Midtjylland
November 28, 2021 Superligaen 21/22 Broendby IF 1  - 0 Randers FC
November 25, 2021 UEFA Europa League 21/22 Broendby IF 1  - 3 Olympique Lyon
Last 5 games for Glasgow Rangers
January 2, 2022 Premiership 21/22 Celtic Glasgow 0  - 0 Glasgow Rangers
December 29, 2021 Premiership 21/22 Aberdeen FC 0  - 0 Glasgow Rangers
December 26, 2021 Premiership 21/22 Glasgow Rangers 2  - 0 St Mirren FC
December 18, 2021 Premiership 21/22 Glasgow Rangers 1  - 0 Dundee United
December 15, 2021 Premiership 21/22 Glasgow Rangers 2  - 0 St Johnstone FC
Broendby IF vs Glasgow Rangers UEFA Europa League 21/22 form
Broendby IF Glasgow Rangers
6 Matches played 8
0 Matches won 3
33 Goal attempts 60
3 Shots on goal 22
21 Shots off goal 27
21 Corner kicks 19
47% Average ball possession 39%
9 Shots blocked 11
11 Cards given 12
59 Free kicks 69
15 Offsides 10
1 Shots on post 3
3 Shots on bar 2
1 Goals by foot 4
2 Goals scored 7
11 Goals conceded 5
0 Goals by head 2
Broendby IF vs Glasgow Rangers statistics for most recent head to head matches
Broendby IF Glasgow Rangers
2 Matches 2
1 Home Matches 1
1 Away Matches 1
1 Total Goals 3
0.5 Average Goals Scored 1.5
0 Wins 1
1 Losses 0
1 Draws 1
Last 5 games & match results between Broendby IF and Glasgow Rangers
November 4, 2021 UEFA Europa League 21/22 Broendby IF 1  - 1 Glasgow Rangers
October 21, 2021 UEFA Europa League 21/22 Glasgow Rangers 2  - 0 Broendby IF

Brøndby vs Rangers: Match preview


SALZBURG, AUSTRIA – AUGUST 17: Mikael Uhre of Brøndby celebrates after scoring for his team during the UEFA Champions League Play Off Leg One match between Salzburg and Brøndby at Red Bull Arena on August 17, 2021 in Salzburg, Austria. (Photo by Michael Molzar/SEPA.Media /Getty Images)

After a generally comfortable victory on matchday three, will Rangers beat Brøndby again?

A fortnight ago, these two met at Ibrox, both searching for their first victories of this Europa League campaign.

It was clear to all that the Scottish Champions were superior to their Danish counterparts and they took the lead after just 17 minutes.

James Tavernier’s perfect corner headed home by Leon Balogun.

Not long after, the visitors should’ve equalised when Andrija Pavlović skied over the bar after Mikael Uhre’s pull-back.

But, on the half hour mark, Rangers doubled their lead in bizarre circumstances.

Joe Aribo’s cross found Alfredo Morelos, his header was saved by Thomas Mikkelsen, only for Kemar Roofe to stab in the rebound.

Roofe appeared to be miles offside but was actually played on by Henrik Heggheim’s trailing right foot so, the goal was given.

Morelos came close to a third, hitting the post, before an uneventful second half followed, in which Rangers, somehow, were not awarded a penalty.

Sigurd Rosted clearly brought down Aribo but referee Fran Jović disagreed and waved play on.

Nevertheless, 2-0 in finished in Glasgow’s West End; a very disappointing result for the visitors.

Brøndby are bottom of this group on just one point having held Sparta Praha to a scoreless draw before losing 3-0 at Parc Olympique Lyonnais.

But just being involved is an achievement in itself.

This is just the third time the Boys from Vestegnen have qualified for a UEFA group stage after the Champions League in 1998 and the UEFA Cup in 2005.

To get here, Brøndby won their first Danish Superligaen title for 16 years last season, ending up one point above Midtjylland.

The defence of their title isn’t going particularly well though.

Niels Frederiksen’s side narrowly beat Viborg 1-0 on Saturday, Christian Cappis with an 88th minute winner.

But, having won just five of 14 league matches to date, they are sixth, 13 points behind the leaders.

Will a big European victory spark them into life?

Will Rangers win in Denmark?

Alfredo Morelos

LIVINGSTON, SCOTLAND – JANUARY 27: Alfredo Morelos of Rangers looks on during the Ladbrokes Premiership match between Livingston and Rangers at Tony Macaroni Arena on January 27, 2019 in Livingston, United Kingdom. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

As for Rangers, despite making the worst possible start to this group phase campaign, their destiny is back in their own hands.

The Gers lost their first two matches in Group A, 2-0 to Olympique Lyonnais and then 1-0 at Generali Česká pojišťovna Arena to Sparta Praha.

But, that comprehensive 2-0 win over Brøndby at Ibrox means they’re off the bottom and believe they’ll reach the knockout phase.

If Steven Gerrard’s side win this one and then beat Sparta Prague at home on matchday five, second place could be sown up before they travel to France.

This is Rangers’ fourth successive season in the Europa League group stages, never failing to make it here under Gerrard.

Their run ended at this juncture in 2018/19 but, in the subsequent two seasons, the Gers got all the way to the round of 16.

In all, Gerrard has been in charge for 102 European matches, losing just ten.

The only teams to beat them are Rapid Wien, Spartak Moskva, BSC Young Boys, Bayer Leverkusen, Malmö, Lyon and Slavia and Sparta Prague.

In their entire history, Rangers have never lost any of eight matches against Danish opposition, winning seven.

Most recently, they beat FC Midtjylland 7-3 in a third qualifying round tie in 2019, including a 4-2 victory in Herning.

A repeat of that 258 kms east in Brøndbyvester would be most welcome.

At the weekend, Rangers put in their best performance of the season so far, demolishing Motherwell 6-1 at Fir Park.

The hosts actually took the lead but, by half time, a James Tavernier volley and a Fashion Sakala header had them 2-1 in front.

After the break, Glen Kamara and Kemar Roofe got in on the act while Sakala scored twice more to complete a first ever career hat-trick.

This means the champion’s remain top of the Scottish Premiership, four points clear of Celtic, despite drawing three of their last five.

Will they now win in Denmark?

Brøndby team news vs Rangers

Europa League trophy

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – MAY 24: The UEFA Europa League trophy is seen inside the stadium prior too the UEFA Europa League Final between Ajax and Manchester United at Friends Arena on May 24, 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Niels Frederiksen’s side have played a back three/five in all 19 league and European games this season so will stick with that here.

They do have a problem in goal though as first-choice Mads Hermansen is injured.

So, 38 year old Thomas Mikkelsen will once again deputise.

He made his debut in a UEFA competition at Ibrox a fortnight ago in, what was, the 359th appearance of his journeyman career.

In front of him, Henrik Heggheim, Sigurd Rosted and captain Andreas Maxsø are a settled defensive trio; Rasmus Wikström is injured.

Paraguayan international Blas Riveros is back fit though so will start at left-wing-back.

In the middle, Christian Cappis could come into the XI after the American got the winner off the bench at the weekend.

Andrija Pavlović and Mikael Uhre were both rested on Saturday but are both likely to return in place of Marko Divković and Simon Hedlund.

Will Brøndby claim their first European win, excluding qualifiers, for 16 years?

Rangers team news vs Brøndby

Brøndby vs Rangers betting tips: Europa League preview, predictions and odds

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – SEPTEMBER 16: Glen Kamara of Rangers looks on as he warms up prior to the UEFA Europa League group A match between Rangers FC and Olympique Lyon at Ibrox Stadium on September 16, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Steven Gerrard meanwhile has found a largely settled XI in recent weeks, featuring a core group of players he can trust.

39 year old Allan McGregor made just his fifth Premiership appearance of the season at the weekend.

But, he’ll start here having started all six European games he’s been available for so far this campaign.

In defence, with Filip Helander injured and Jack Simpson not in the Europa League squad, there’s limited options in the middle.

So, Connor Goldson will once again partner Leon Balogun who scored in the reverse fixture.

Borna Barišić appears to be first-choice on the left again, ahead of Calvin Bassey, while James Tavernier was back to his fantastic best at Fir Park.

In midfield, Glen Kamara will return after a one-match ban in UEFA competitions so, having scored on Sunday, will start here.

The Finn is likely to be joined by Steven Davis and Joe Aribo in the middle, the latter sparkled when Brøndby visited Glasgow.

This would see John Lundstram and Scott Arfield miss out.

In attack, Gerrard does have some decisions to make.

Kemar Roofe could come into the side but Fashion Sakala’s hat-trick at the weekend will surely see him keep his place on the other flank.

All four of Sakala’s Rangers goals, since joining from K.V. Oostende, have come against Motherwell, something he’ll look to change here.

This would see Ianis Hagi remain on the bench, sat next to Scott Wright; Ryan Kent is still injured.

Rangers’ record European goalscorer Alfredo Morelos will lead the line though, looking for his 102nd goal for the club, 25 of which have come in UEFA competition.

Will the Light Blues win in Denmark?

Predicted Brøndby line-up vs Rangers

Predicted Brøndby line-up vs Rangers

Predicted Rangers line-up vs Brøndby

Predicted Rangers line-up vs Brøndby

Highlights of Rangers 2-0 Brøndby

Highlights of Sparta Praha 1-0 Rangers

Highlights of Rangers 0-2 Olympique Lyonnais

Highlights of Motherwell 1-6 Rangers

Highlights of Rangers 2-2 Aberdeen

Highlights of St Mirren 1-2 Rangers

UEFA Europa League Group A table:

# Team MP W D L F A D P
1 Olympique Lyon 6 5 1 0 16 5 11 16
2 Glasgow Rangers 6 2 2 2 6 5 1 8
3 Sparta Prague 6 2 1 3 6 9 -3 7
4 Broendby IF 6 0 2 4 2 11 -9 2
Last updated: 1 min ago

Danish Superligaen table:

# Team MP W D L F A D P
1 FC Midtjylland 17 11 2 4 31 16 15 35
2 FC Copenhagen 17 9 6 2 34 13 21 33
3 Broendby IF 17 8 6 3 25 20 5 30
4 Aalborg BK 17 8 4 5 27 20 7 28
5 Randers FC 17 8 4 5 23 19 4 28
6 Silkeborg IF 17 5 10 2 26 16 10 25
7 AGF Aarhus 17 5 6 6 15 19 -4 21
8 Viborg FF 17 4 8 5 26 27 -1 20
9 Odense Boldklub 17 4 7 6 25 24 1 19
10 FC Nordsjaelland 17 4 4 9 20 31 -11 16
11 SonderjyskE 17 2 4 11 11 33 -22 10
12 Vejle BK 17 2 3 12 16 41 -25 9
Last updated: 1 min ago

Scottish Premiership table:

# Team MP W D L F A D P
1 Glasgow Rangers 20 16 3 1 43 14 29 51
2 Celtic Glasgow 20 14 3 3 42 12 30 45
3 Heart of Midlothian FC 20 10 6 4 29 18 11 36
4 Motherwell FC 20 9 4 7 25 27 -2 31
5 Hibernian FC 20 8 5 7 24 22 2 29
6 Aberdeen FC 20 8 3 9 25 24 1 27
7 Dundee United 20 7 4 9 16 23 -7 25
8 Livingston FC 20 5 5 10 16 26 -10 20
9 St Mirren FC 20 3 10 7 18 31 -13 19
10 Ross County FC 20 4 6 10 27 35 -8 18
11 FC Dundee 20 4 4 12 18 37 -19 16
12 St Johnstone FC 20 3 5 12 11 25 -14 14
Last updated: 1 min ago

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Brøndby IF 1-2 Rangers.

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