|Europa League last 32 second leg: Sporting Braga v Rangers|
|Venue: Estadio Municipal de Braga Date: Wednesday, 26 February Kick-off: 17:00 GMT|
|Coverage: Listen on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW/DAB/online; live text commentary on the BBC Sport Scotland website & app|
Forward Greg Stewart believes Rangers will "definitely score" in Braga as they seek a Europa League last 16 spot.
Steven Gerrard's side came from two goals down in the Ibrox first leg to triumph 3-2.
And Stewart believes confidence is high in the Rangers squad that more goals can be scored in Portugal.
"I felt like we could have pushed to get another one," he told the Rangers podcast.
"I thought we had them on the ropes. It's a catch 22. Do you go and get another and get caught on the counter attack? I think the game couldn't have finished any better to give us a chance.
"We have been to Portugal in the group stage and showed our capabilities [drawing against Porto]. I think away from home suits a bit better as well.
"I feel like we will definitely score over there. It's a game that could suit us."
While Braga's return to domestic duty heralded a 3-1 victory over Setubal, Rangers were held to a frustrating 2-2 draw in the Scottish Premiership to fall 12 points behind leaders Celtic.
Despite that setback, Stewart, who came on in the first leg as a second-half substitute, says European football will bring the best out of him and his team-mates.
"We have probably played our best games in Europe if I'm honest," he added.
"I think it suits us with the style we play. We've given ourselves a chance we may never have had. We look forward to it."
Kamberi will need to do the 'dirty' work - Gerrard
Florian Kamberi will lead the line for Rangers in Portugal, Gerrard has confirmed, with top scorer Alfredo Morelos suspended.
The striker scored his first Rangers goal as a substitute and set up the other in Sunday's 2-2 draw away to St Johnstone.
And Gerrard said: "It will be a different type of game, he is going to have to be selfless and do some real, dirty, strong running and sacrifice himself for the team at times, of course he will.
"But you can see that if he gets an opportunity then he knows where the back of the net is. Which, for us, is a real big positive.
"I wanted to start him on Sunday but obviously the risk of him playing a full game and not being fresh on Wednesday was one that I was juggling about with.
"But when we went 1-0 down I needed to twist and I did that. I thought he was absolutely outstanding. On that performance he plays, for sure. You can't ignore that, that was some impact."