By Paddy Kenny

4th Nov, 2021 | 12:54pm

Rangers 'very intimidated' after best-in-the-world claim - Kenny

Rangers will be “very intimidated” by the hostile crowd set to attend tonight’s (4 November) Europa League clash against Brondby.

So says ex-Premier League goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively to Football Insider ahead of the meeting at the 29,00-seater Brondby Stadium.

Steven Gerrard’s side are 3rd in Group A, while their Scandinavian counterparts are 4th and will be all-but eliminated with a defeat.

As quoted by Sky Sports on 3 November, the manager revealed that his old Liverpool teammate Daniel Agger warned him what to expect in Denmark.

“It is one of the best atmospheres in the world, we have to be ready for a real fascinating challenge,” Gerrard claimed.

Kenny drew on his own experience to express how much more difficult the febrile atmosphere will make the Scottish champions’ task.

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He told Football Insider correspondent Adam Williams: “Whenever you have an away game with hostile fans, it’s going to make it a lot harder.

“With these enclosed grounds, you are always going to be very intimidated. You’re at a disadvantage before you even start.

“The size of the ground isn’t necessarily the main thing. It’s more to do with how loud the stadium and supporters are.

“I used to play at QPR and the capacity there is only about 18,000 but the atmosphere is absolutely unbelievable.

“I’m sure Daniel Agger knows what he’s talking about, so it is going to make things difficult for them tonight, no doubt.”

In other news, Michael Beale tipped to “definitely ” quit Rangers after Ibrox development.