Rangers fans are being warned that due to a “passenger related incident” on the Glasgow Subway travel on the Inner Circle has been suspended.

The Subway is a popular route to Ibrox Stadium amongst supporters and a convenient one on nights such as tonight for the match against Porto.

But supporters must watch the updates on the situation closely as they begin to make their way to the match in Govan, which kicks off at 8pm.

 

Whilst there is no suggestion as to what has caused the incident, supporters will take solace in the fact that one of the underground routes to Ibrox is open.

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But due to the fact only one circle is running it will likely cause major congestion on the subway in the run-up to the match.

Supporters can still make their way to Ibrox by bus but in order to guarantee there won’t be any delays, fans should consider adapting their plans.

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That is not to say that the Inner Circle will open before kick-off or in the hours before it, so please check the Glasgow Subway’s Official Twitter account for more updates.

Fans regularly travel to Ibrox via the subway stop outside the stadium. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Rangers are set to play FC Porto at Ibrox in a stadium which will be close to full capacity.

The crunch tie could well prove a decisive one as Rangers look to reach the knockout stages of the Europa League.

Here’s how we think Rangers might line up for the match.

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