Preview: Rangers v United

Wednesday 10 July 2024 15:10

Manchester United's second pre-season outing, is a game against Rangers at Scottish Gas Murrayfield on Saturday 20 July.

The match, our second at the Edinburgh stadium following last year's 1-0 victory over Lyon, will enable manager Erik ten Hag to continue preparing his players for the start of Tour 2024, presented by Snapdragon.

The chance to take on the Gers in their home country is one that is sure to attract a lot of attention, and promises to be a cracking atmosphere with a bumper attendance guaranteed.


MUTV, and the United App are the places to be to watch full exclusive coverage of the Rangers match, which kicks off at 16:00 BST. Our live matchday show will have all the essential build-up, action and reaction from the Scottish capital.

Via our official platforms, you will also be able to find exclusive interviews, rolling updates and interactive content.

If you cannot watch the game live, short and 20-minute highlights, plus the full match replay, will be available on the app and website.


Harry Maguire is back at Carrington after injury forced him to miss Euro 2024, with a number of senior stars likely to be available for the clash in Edinburgh.

There will be a staggered return for those involved in international action over the summer, but there are set to be plenty of options open to Ten Hag and we will have further news on this front nearer the time.

Rangers are embarking on a summer camp in the Netherlands as boss Philippe Clement strives to ready his charges for an assault on the Scottish Premiership title.

There could be some new faces in the Gers side with Brazilian full-back Jefte among the summer signings, having switched from Fluminense.


Rangers finished second in the Scottish Premiership title race last term, losing out to fierce Glasgow rivals Celtic by eight points.

The Ibrox outfit did lift a trophy, winning the League Cup by beating Aberdeen 1-0 in the final at Hampden Park.

Their European involvement ended in the last 16 of the Europa League, when edged out 3-2 on aggregate by Benfica.

The 55-times Scottish champions have former Reds keeper Jack Butland in their ranks, and ex-forward Tom Lawrence.

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There have only been four competitive matches between the famous clubs.  The first was in the UEFA Champions League in October 2003, when Phil Neville scored the only goal of the game at Ibrox.

In the return fixture a month later, a 3-0 win was secured at Old Trafford, thanks to Diego Forlan's opener and a brace from Ruud van Nistelrooy.

Seven years later, in the same competition, a 0-0 home draw was followed by a 1-0 victory in Glasgow, courtesy of a late penalty by Wayne Rooney.

The teams have also met in friendlies, including a 1-0 loss in 1994 that featured a red card for Eric Cantona.

Phil Neville scored the only goal of the game in our first competitive clash with Rangers.


Mon 15 July v Rosenborg (17:00 BST)
Sat 20 July v Rangers (16:00 BST)
Sun 28 July v Arsenal (01:00 BST)
Thu 1 Aug v Real Betis (03:00 BST)
Sun 4 Aug v Liverpool (00:30 BST)

You can buy tickets for every pre-season game here, subject to availability.