Lech Poznan defender Lubomir Satka insists that the Polish side won’t change their game when they visit Ibrox on Thursday night to take on Rangers in the Europa League.
Despite the Gers having only conceded three times in fifteen games, Satka is adamant that Poznan are coming to Ibrox to play “good, attacking football” and admits his side doesn’t have the players to be on the defensive.
Satka is prepared for a “very different game” at Ibrox but is confident in Lech’s style and warned that the Poles have “nothing to change.”
“We know the opponent that awaits us is in very good form,” Satka said, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“They haven’t lost in the league and have only conceded three goals.
“It’ll be a very different game from a physical point of view, so in that regard it will be a very challenging clash.
We have nothing to change. We have our style – good, attacking football.
“We don’t really have the players to defend for the whole game or play long balls.”
Poznan have been struggling in recent weeks and could only manage a 1-1 draw at home to lowly Cracovia over the weekend, days after a 4-2 battering by Benfica in the Europa League.
Rangers will be in confident mood ahead of the game and will be looking for another three points to take them a step closer to reaching the knockout rounds for a second successive season.