Rangers have drawn 0-0 away at Slovenian side NK Maribor, winning 3-1 on aggregate, therefore progressing to the Europa League Play-Off Round, as per The Telegraph.
Should Rangers beat Russian side FC Ufa over two legs, the Gers shall be in the Europa League Group Stage for the first time since 2006.
Ufa in the last round defeated Progres Niedercorn, who defeated Rangers at the first qualifying stage last year, denying Rangers the chance of revenge on the Luxembourgian side.
Allan McGregor’s late penalty save secured the tie and ensured Rangers stayed undefeated under new manager Steven Gerrard.
McGregor was the hero all round as he saved shots left, right and centre and got much praise from his manager post-match.
One of his most notable was when Amir Dervisevic caught everyone out with a long range free kick, which McGregor saved after running across his goal to punch away.
Rangers have now beaten NK Maribor, Osijek and KF Shkupi over two legs as they prepare to face Ufa in the final qualifying stage.
This season is already the club’s biggest European run since the financial issues of 2012, but a trip to the Group Stages would be the ultimate reward for Rangers.