LECH POZNAN boss Dariusz Żuraw will be without former Celtic defender Thomas Rogne for the Europa League clash with Rangers.

Steven Gerrard's side have made the trip to Poland with their place in the knockout rounds already secured following victory over Standard Liege last week.

Rangers now have their sights set on top spot in Group D as they look to record a second win of the campaign against Lech and hold off the challenge of Benfica.

Gerrard could look to rest some of his key men for the final fixture in the section and his opposite number also has selection issues to solve on Thursday evening.

Zuraw said: "I will try to put the optimal squad for the match against Rangers. Like every team, we have our problems, but we will try to put together an optimal and healthy team for each match. This was the case for the meeting in Lisbon, and also for the match against Podbeskidzie.

"Nika Kacharava and Filip Szymczak are not at my disposal until the end of the year. Nor will I be able to use Thomas Rogne, he has a minor injury.

"The performance of Lubomir Šatka is in doubt, there are still a few question marks, but they are so small that I will probably be able to use these players."