Steven Gerrard’s side drew two of their Ibrox fixtures in the same competition last season and were made to pay, finishing third in the group behind Rapid Wien and Villarreal.
This year, they face an even tougher challenge, facing Feyenoord, Porto and Young Boys – all of whom have played in the Champions League inside the last three seasons.
The Gers’ clash this evening comes after the tragic death of former captain Fernando Ricksen, who passed away after a six-year battle with motor neurone disease aged just 43.
And Gerrard has implored Rangers supporters, and his players, to help dedicate what will be an emotional evening to the memory of Ricksen, who spent six years with the Glasgow giants as a player.
“We need the support to get right behind the team to try and get that win for Fernando,” he said.
“I’m sure the supporters are very sad at this time and we want to do everything we can to get a win and dedicate it to Fernando.
“I was lucky enough to meet him a couple of times, you could see the fight he was putting up. The tributes will pour in not just for the footballer but for the man.”
What time does Rangers vs Feyenoord kick-off?
The Europa League clash kicks off at 8pm BST.
What TV channel is Rangers vs Feyenoord on?
Live television coverage can be found on BT Sport 3 throughout the UK.
The Rangers vs Feyenoord programme begins at 8pm though directly follows Celtic’s trip to Rennes, and so there should be ample build-up after the post-match analysis of Celtic’s match.
Can I live stream Rangers vs Feyenoord?
Live streaming is available via the BT Sport app for existing customers.
Fans can also stream the action through the BT Sport website.
EE mobile customers, though, can enjoy three months of free access to the BT Sport app.
Simply text SPORT to 150 to receive the offer, which can be cancelled at any time.