Ahead of Rangers’ trip to Russia, Spartak Moscow’s domestic form has continued to deteriorate, after they were beaten 2-1 at home to FC Ural on Sunday.
The Russian have now lost four of their last six matches at home, with a win and a draw coming in the other two.
It’s a sign that Rangers really have a chance of picking up another positive result on the road in Europe, with a point or a win likely to be huge in helping us qualify for the knockout stages of the competition.
Ural went ahead in Sunday’s match with the home side equalising 74 minutes into the match through Luiz Adriano. Ural persisted though and regained their advantage just a couple of minutes later.
Rangers’ domestic form may not be brilliant in the early stages of the season but we’re still unbeaten in continental action and should take massive confidence for the mammoth trip to Moscow.
The Russians have only kept one clean sheet at home since the end of August.
Get an away goal and anything can happen!
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