It’s Rangers’ deepest European run for 14 years and tonight we’ll find out if they’re likely to stretch it even further.
The Ibrox side are in Portugal to take on Braga, a side they know well having beaten them home and away in 2020 under Steven Gerrard.
It wasn’t as easy a tie as it looks with Rangers needing to come back from two goals down at Ibrox.
Ianis Hagi was the inspiration that night, but misses this time, joined by injured talisman Alfredo Morelos.
Fans will be eager to see how the game unfolds, but if you want to see the game, your options are quite limited.
Where can I watch the Rangers game against Braga?
You can only watch it on BT Sport in the UK.
The game is on the BT Sport 2 channel.
Coverage begins at 7:15 p.m. with the game kicking off at 8 p.m.
How can I get BT?
You can subscribe through a TV service like Sky or Virgin.
What about online?
BT lets you pay a contract-free £25 fee to watch a month of action.
The pass gives you access to all BT Sport channels. While that sounds like a lot, it would also cover you for the second leg AND the semi-finals if Rangers go that far.
You can watch on your Smart TV, tablet, laptop, desktop, or even your phone.
Can I get the game through Rangers TV?
Yes you can, but only if you are not based in the UK.