Peter Crouch feedback on Rangers possibilities of profitable the Europa League
Rangers may be a few wins away from winning the Scottish Premiership after being undefeated in the campaign.
Steven Gerrard’s men have won 26 games this season and drawn four times in 30 league games, with 15 points between them and second-placed Celtic who played more.
The Rangers also want to go far in the Europa League after securing a place in the round of 16 after beating Royal Antwerp 9-5 on aggregate in the round of 16.
The Light Blues face Czech giants Slavia Prague to advance to the quarter-finals and former Liverpool striker Peter Crouch has commented on his chances of going far in the competition.
“The Europa League seems to be more winable for our teams and I wouldn’t stop Steven Gerrard from drawing Rangers deeply into the competition – but don’t get carried away here either,” Crouch told Sportsmail.
“I was very impressed with Slavia Prague, they were a good team against Leicester. Quality is everywhere. “
Prague lost 2-0 at home to Brendan Rodgers’ side at King Power Stadium after a goalless draw and the Rangers must do their best to secure a spot in the next round.
The Czech team are also at the top of their league after 17 wins and four draws in 21 games and they will definitely give the Ibrox team a run for their money.
Rangers will appreciate their chances of going far if they reach the quarterfinals and not many teams would love to play them right now.
They are not favorites to win the Europa League, but Gerrard and his boys will dream of shocking everyone by going all the way.
In other news, Rangers reportedly made some English clubs concerned after a £ 1.5m proposal.