Rangers stars Ianis Hagi and Glen Kamara are set to face off in the 2022/23 UEFA Nations League after the draw took place on Thursday evening.

Hagi’s Romania and Kamara’s Finland have both been drawn in League B Group 3, alongside Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro.

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Rangers stars Glen Kamara and Ianis Hagi are set to come up against each other in the next edition of the Nations League after the draw was made on Thursday. (Photo by Jef Matthee/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Both Hagi and Kamara have played regularly at international level in recent times but neither player will feature at the 2022 World Cup after their respective nations failed to qualify.

Rangers stars learn fate after Nations League draw completed

Scotland have been drawn in League B Group 1 alongside Ukraine, the Republic of Ireland and Armenia, with Ibrox stars Nathan Patterson, Jon McLaughlin and Ryan Jack all likely to play a part in their campaign.


Meanwhile, Borna Barisic’s Croatia were drawn in League A Group 1 and they’ll face France, Denmark and Austria.

Filip Helander’s Sweden are in League B Group 4 and they will take on Norway, Serbia and Slovenia.

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Rangers and Sweden centre-back Filip Helander is currently injured but should be back playing soon. (Photo by David Lidstrom/Getty Images)

There’s some doubt about Steven Davis’ international future, but if he opts to keep playing for Northern Ireland, he’ll feature in League C Group 2 with Ian Baraclough’s side set to take on Greece, Kosovo and either Estonia or Cyprus.

Finally, Rangers loanee Cedric Itten may feature for Switzerland in League A Group 2 against Spain, Portugal and the Czech Republic.

Meanwhile, a Gers loanee with ‘scary’ talent has been tipped to kick on after an outstanding breakthrough display last weekend.

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