Aly Maquist reveals his doubts about Celtic’s infiltration of Leverkusen as the Rangers champion hands over Europa League rulings

Ally McCoist thinks it’s imperative that the Rangers and Celtic move away from Thursday European League Clashes with points on the board.

Ibrox are in the Czech Republic to face Sparta Prague while Ange Postecoglou host Bayer Leverkusen later in the evening.

Both sides were battered on opening night and the pressure was constant to get their campaigns up and running.

Celtic are the underdogs against Leverkusen but mquist It is suspected that they are not facing a team of the same quality as the team that comfortably defeated Rangers in 2020.

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Tell TalkSPORT : “Both teams have to take something from the disappointment in the opening matches.

Celtic Not so lucky – to go to Real Betis and score three goals, you would expect something.

“And to be honest, Notice They were defeated by a better team in Lyon, they were definitely defeated.

“West Ham had a good start as well, and I’m looking forward to that against Rapid Vienna. There are some good matches.

“I don’t think Leverkusen – and I may be wrong – is as good as it used to be.

“I saw them a few years ago and they were very good for Rangers. They had Kai Havertz and they were just a suitable team.

“I’m just not sure they’re that good.

“I think both Rangers and Celtic can seriously do something tonight.”


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