Rangers are fighting on all fronts as we enter the business end of the season.

The Ibrox side remains top of the Premiership, while they reached the last four of the Scottish Cup at the weekend having already lifted the League Cup earlier in the campaign.

A place in the quarter-finals of the Europa League is at stake this midweek as Philippe Clement prepares his side for the second leg of their last-16 tie against Benfica.

The game is finely poised at 2-2, with Tom Lawrence and Dujon Sterling scoring in Portugal last week. 

Here is everything you need to know about the return leg...

When is Rangers vs Benfica? 

Rangers will take on Benfica TODAY on Thursday, March 14. 

The game will kick-off at the unusual time of 5.45pm.

It will be played at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow.

Is Rangers vs Benfica on TV and can I live stream it? 

Yes, thankfully this game will be shown live on television. 

The game will be showcased on TNT Sports 4. The broadcaster has exclusive rights to show all European club competitions, including the Europa League, Champions League and Europa Conference. 

Coverage begins at 5pm - allowing for 45 minutes of build-up to the game. 

TNT subscribers will also be able to live stream the tie through discovery+.

Team news

Both managers will deliver fitness updates on their squad ahead of this one when they speak to the media before the game. 

Rangers certainly don't have their troubles to seek when it comes to injuries, and they picked up form fresh niggles in the Scottish Cup win over Hibs on Sunday. 

Sterling was first to limp off, with the versatile player replaced by Ross McCausland at Easter Road. 

However, the Northern Ireland international also had to come off with a knock. Clement is hopeful to have both players back in time for this last-16 encounter but admits he will need to be creative with his team selection if they don't. 

Abdallah Sima and Danilo are long-term absentees for the club, with Todd Cantwell expected back sooner rather than later.