Rangers are set to play Progres Niederkorn in the Europa League second qualifying round after a 10-0 aggregate win over minnows St Joseph's. 

And as a result of their victory, the Ibrox side made sure their name was in the hat for the 3rd qualifying round which takes place on Monday. 

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While Rangers will need to beat Progres to secure a third-round tie, Steven Gerrard's side will be unseeded for the draw meaning there are a number of household names that the Glasgow side could encounter, including Wolves, Feyenoord, Spartak Moscow and Espanyol.

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The Glasgow side could also face some teams from the Champions League qualifiers if they fail to progress but as of yet those sides are not known.

A number of the teams that Rangers could face also have ties in the second qualifying leg so could still be eliminated.

Rangers could be drawn against:

Sparta Prague             
Sporting Braga           
AA Gent                 
Legia Warsaw/KuPS          
Eintracht Frankfurt/Flora      
Malmö FF/Domzale                  
Partizan Belgrade/Connah's Quay Nomads  
Wolverhampton Wanderers/Crusaders 
Spartak Moscow           
AEK Athens             
FC Midtjylland          
Molde FK/Cukaricki  
NK Rijeka                 
Apollon Limassol/Shamrock Rovers         
Hapoel Beer-Sheva/ Kairat       
RC Strasbourg/Maccabi Haifa         
Zorya Luhansk/Buducnost          
AZ Alkmaar/BK Hacken            
Arsenal Tula/Neftchi       
Vitória Guimarães/Jeunesse Esch 

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The draw for the 3rd qualifying round is made before the results of the 2nd qualifying round are known with clubs seeded by the highest-ranking of the clubs involved.