Steven Gerrard will now be getting his Rangers team ready for their hugely important match against SK Rapid Wien tonight.

In the home game in October, two goals from Alfredo Morelos and another from James Tavernier, via the penalty spot, helped Gerrard’s men to a 3-1 victory at Ibrox.

That’ll do this time.

In Vienna, they’ve been preparing for fans as well as Gerrard’s team, and that’s even included the local police warning travelling Rangers supporters that mulled wine is very strong.

Austria’s Sport24 say that whilst the Scottish media have been estimating as many as 12,000 Rangers fans in Vienna, the local police believe the figure to be 5,000 to 10,000.

Sport24 also report that Rangers fans are ‘completely paralysing’ the underground. There’s no explanation of exactly what is happening, but it is said thousands arrived at Schwedenplatz station, and the service was stopped for around 20 minutes.

It’s explained there’s ‘no fear of riots’, but ‘anticipation of an atmospheric match’. The approach towards Rangers fans has seemed good natured and positive.