Legia Warsaw winger Marko Vesovic insists the pressure is all on Rangers and reckons it will be easier for his team mates to face Steven Gerrard's side than their previous Europa League opponents from Finland and Greece.

The Scots travel to Poland this week for the first leg of the play-off round against Legia, who have made it past Europa FC of Gibraltar, Finnish side KPS Kuopio and Greeks Atromitos in their previous three qualifying rounds without conceding a goal.

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However, they have been criticised for their style of play in Poland despite only losing once this season in ten games.

But Montenegro star Vesovic believes it will help them being underdogs when they face Rangers.

He pointed out: "It will be easier playing against Rangers, than against Atromitos or Kuopio because we definitely have more to gain than to lose.

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"Right from the beginning of the season it's felt like we have been under pressure. We couldn't score a goal and we kept drawing games 0-0.

"We had a bad start to our league campaign too. But we feel this is all behind us now.

"I appreciate Rangers are a good team, but I see no reason why we cannot defeat them.

"What's important is that we at least score and take a lead to Glasgow. I'd love the stadium to be full and let our fans play a big part in the game."