ALL three of Scotland's Europa League representatives are in action tonight as they look to put one foot into the third qualifying round.

Rangers, Aberdeen and Hibernian learned who they could face in the next stage during Monday's UEFA draw in Nyon, but their attention is firmly focused on the task in hand this week. 

Steven Gerrard's side are in Croatia to face Osijek, while the Dons host Burnley in the latest 'Battle of Britain' and Hibs welcome Greek outfit Asteras Tripolis to the capital.

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Osijek v Rangers

What time?

7.45pm BST.

What channel?

Premier Sports will have exclusive live coverage of the game.

Team news

Lassana Coulibaly and on-loan Liverpool winger Ryan Kent could make their Rangers debuts in Croatia, but Umar Sadiq has not travelled as he continues to build up match fitness.

The Gers’ injury list includes Scott Arfield, Declan John, Lee Wallace, Graham Dorrans and Jordan Rossiter.

Form guide


Rangers 6-0 Bury (Friendly)

Rangers 2-0 Shkupi (Europa League)

Shkupi 0-0 Rangers (Europa League)


Osijek 3-0 St Johnstone (Friendly)

Osijek 0-0 Lokomotiv Moscow (Friendly)

Osijek 2-0 Zalaegerszegi (Firiendly)

Petrocub 1-1 Osijek (Europa League)

Osijek 2-1 Petrocub (Europa League)

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Aberdeen v Burnley

What time?

7.45pm BST.

What channel?

Red TV (Only for international subscribers)

Team news

Aberdeen announced the signings of goalkeeper Tomas Cerny and defender Tommie Hoban yesterday and both players will go straight into their squad tonight.

Injured Dons include Mark Reynolds, Greg Tansey and Frank Ross, but Scott Wright looks to have recovered.

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has regained fitness after spending much of last season on the sidelines and he will be looking to usurp Nick Pope, who impressed sufficiently last term to earn a place in England’s World Cup squad.

Form guide (All friendlies)


Cobh Ramblers 0-1 Aberdeen

Aberdeen 1-0 Falkirk

St Johnstone 2-2 Aberdeen

Cove Rangers 1-2 Aberdeen

Aberdeen 1-1 West Bromwich Albion


Cork City 0-1 Burnley

Preston NE 2-3 Burnley

Hibernian v Asteras Tripolis

What time?

7.45pm BST.

What channel?

Hibs TV (Live video for international subscribers, live audio for UK subscribers)

Team news

Goalkeeper Ofir Marciano is out of action as he recovers from surgery to a finger injury, with new signing Adam Bogdan expected to deputise again after playing both legs against Runavik in the first qualifying round.

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The Hibernian squad otherwise has a clean bill of health, with John McGinn set to feature amid Celtic’s attempts to prise him from Easter Road.

Simon Murray departed the Edinburgh club earlier this week, leaving manager Neil Lennon with Florian Kamberi and Oli Shaw as his only senior strikers.

Form guide


Linlithgow Rose 0-2 Hibernian (Friendly)

Berwick Rangers 0-6 Hibernian (Friendly)

Hibernian 0-2 Blackburn Rovers (Friendly)

Hibernian 6-1 NSI Runavik (Europa League)

NSI Runavik 4-6 Hibernian (Europa League)

Asteras Tripolis

Bytovia Bytow 1-2 Asteras Tripolis (Friendly)

Lechia Gdansk 0-1 Asteras Tripolis (Friendly)

Asteras Tripolis 2-1 Hapoel Ra’anana (Friendly)