Rangers will discover their Champions League play-off qualifying round opponents later this morning - provided they make it past old foes Malmo.

The Ibrox outfit are two rounds away from the dream scenario of making it to the group stages of the biggest European club tournament.

They'll have to beat Swedish club Malmo in the third round and will learn their rivals should they get through.

But who could they face if they get through? When will those games be played? What happens if Rangers fail to manoeuvre their way through the third round?

Here's what you need to know.

When is the Champions League play-off round draw and what time does it start?

The Champions League play-off draw takes place this morning at 11am.

The draw will take place at in Nyon, Switzerland, at UEFA HQ.

Is the draw on TV and can I live stream it?

The draw will be streamed live on the UEFA website.

Who could Rangers face in the Champions League play-off round?

Rangers are unseeded in the draw for the Champion League play-off round in the champions path.

Possible opponents for the play-off round are: FC Salzburg, Dinamo Zagreb/Legia Warsaw, Slavia Prague/Ferencavaros or Olympiakos/Ludogrets.

When will the games be played?

The ties will be played on August 17/18 and August 24/25.

What happens if Rangers lose to Malmo in the third qualifying round?

Gers could drop into the Europa League play-off round if they are unable to beat Malmo.

They will find out their potential opponents in this afternoon's Europa League play-off round draw.

The 20 teams are divided into four pots.

Rangers will be in pot two and can therefore be paired with a club from either pot three or or pot two.