Following a 2-2 draw at Ibrox last Tuesday, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men make the short trip to Holland knowing that a positive second-leg result will secure a place in the group stages of Europe’s premier tournament for the first time since the 2010/11 season.
Goals from Antonio Colak and Tom Lawrence were cancelled out by strikes by Ibrahima Sangare and Armando Obispo in Glasgow, leaving the clash finely poised.
While nine-man Rangers were struggling to a 2-2 draw with Hibs at the weekend, PSV were given the weekend off by the Dutch Football Association.
Defeat will not spell the end of European football for the losers, with Europa League group-stage football the consolation prize for whoever does not reach the promised land of the Champions League and the riches on offer from it.
Who: PSV Eindhoven v Rangers
What: Champions League play-off round, second leg (2-2 from first leg)
Where: Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
When: Wednesday, August 24, 8pm BST
Is the Rangers game on TV?
Yes it is. BT Sport holds the right for the Champions League play-off round and the broadcaster is showing the match live on its BT Sport 1 channel
When is the Champions League group-stage draw?
If Rangers are victorious, then they will take their place in the Champions League group-stage draw alongside Scottish champions Celtic. Their seeding will be determined by who else is in the tournament. The draw is being made on Thursday at 5pm BST.
When is the Europa League group-stage draw?
Should Rangers lose, then they drop into the Europa League. The draw for that competition is being made on Friday at 11am.