Rangers send important television update for anyone wanting to watch Legia match
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Here are the pubs were you can watch Legia Warsaw v Rangers

Rangers Supporter Liaison Officer Greg Marshall has sent a message to supporters updating them as to the pubs where they can watch tonight’s first-leg Playoff Round tie against Legia Warsaw.

The match is being exclusively televised by RangersTV and supporters are free to pay-per-view to watch it from home [Rangers.co.uk].

But there are only a select few premises that have purchased a commercial license to screen the game from the club. The SLO has released them on Twitter.

As Greg Marshall explains, the list could be updated later on depending on other premises purchasing the rights to buy the game.

Rangers go into the match with Legia hoping to make the Europa League group stages for the second time in as many years under Steven Gerrard.

The Gers boss described reaching the groups as “top of the agenda” [Rangers] for the club’s board and fans want more huge nights at Ibrox from next month.

Approximately 1700 Rangers fans are expected to be in the notorious 30,000 seater Polish Army Stadium and the Ibrox side will be expecting a hostile welcome in Poland.

Rangers will be expecting a hostile atmosphere in the Legia ground. (Photo by Maciej Gillert/Gallo Images via Getty Images Poland/Getty Images)

So much so the British government have waded into the situation [gov.uk] and provided important travel and safety advice to supporters.

Rangers will be hoping to take a positive result back to Ibrox from Warsaw for the second leg as the club prepares another assault on Europe.

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