It might prove meaningless in terms of the Champions League, but there is a lot at stake for both Bursaspor and Rangers heading into their Matchday 6 clash on Tuesday night.
The Turkish Champions will be hoping to get their first points on the board and manager Ertugrul Saglam has come under pressure from the board over their poor performances in this year's Champions League. Bursaspor currently sit 2nd in the Turkish SuperLig, just 5 points behind leaders Trabzonspor with a game in hand.
Walter Smith will have Sasa Papac and Madjid Bougherra back for the trip to Turkey, and the return of James Beattie from a hip injury could afford Kenny Miller a longer rest ahead of a congested winter calendar.
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With the SPL Champions needing to qualify for next season's competition, Smith wants to out on a high by getting three points on Tuesday night.
Smith said: "The consequences are dire if we don't win games. We want to do our bit for the coefficient of the country."
"When you look at the situation you could take a pessimistic view. But if you are getting two teams into the qualifiers then, with a bit of luck in the draw, you could still get there."
"However, I accept it will be a difficult task"
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