As the weeks go by in Scottish football, it doesn’t get much bigger than this.
There’s an agreement to be made that this is the biggest game either of our clubs have played in over a decade as Rangers travel to Sevilla with the Europa League trophy in sight.
Rangers have now reached the final of a major European competition five times in the club’s history and are desperate to secure their second triumph.
Immortality was achieved in Barcelona for the 1972 side. The Ibrox side won the Cup Winners’ Cup on penalties against Dynamo Moscow, and James Tavernier and his teammates could join them if they manage to pass Frankfurt on Wednesday evening.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men are on their way to Spain after leaving Glasgow Airport this afternoon. They touch down tonight and begin their final preparations for the final and it truly has the potential to be one of Rangers’ most celebrated weeks.
Thousands upon thousands of fans have already begun their journey to Seville, some taking the weirdest and most wonderful routes to cut costs.
The Ramon Sanches-Pizjuan stadium will host the match and officially there will only be 9500 people inside the stadium, but you just know that more will find their way.
And there are still expected to be 80,000 points spread across the rest of Sevilla for the game.
Follow the entire buildup here.