Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is expecting one of the best atmospheres in the world when his Rangers side takes on Brondby in the Europa League. Gerrard said his former Liverpool teammate Daniel Agger told him to expect a capacity attendance in Denmark. Rangers are just three points behind group leader Lyon while they are two points ahead of the bottom of the table Brondby.
“We have to realize this is going to be a different environment,” Rangers boss Steven Gerrard said. “It will be a full house. I spoke to Daniel Agger about the Brondby support, how lively they are going to be, and how much they are going to be up for the game. So it is going to be a real tricky tie from that point of view. The coach is in a must-win situation so we expect the best version of Brondby, the most aggressive version of Brondby, and with their support in a full house and if Daniel Agger is telling me the truth and it is one of the best atmospheres in the world, we have to ready for a really fascinating challenge.”
“The mood is really good. Confidence is high, as you can imagine. It was a really important victory at the weekend, we did it in style.” he added. “But there also has to be a realization that the Europa League is a different competition, different level, and almost a one-off game if you like because it is a must-win in terms of us keeping it in our control to get out of the group.”
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