ARSENAL continue their pre-season preparations with an all-British friendly at Scottish champions Rangers in Glasgow.
The Gunners lost 2-1 to Hibs in their opening match of the tour, which saw Emile Smith Rowe score but Nicolas Pepe miss a penalty.
Now boss Mikel Arteta returns to Rangers – where he played between 2002 to 2004 – to face Steve Gerrard's champs.
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When is Rangers vs Arsenal?
- Rangers vs Arsenal takes place TODAY – Saturday, July 17.
- The match kicks off at 2pm in the UK.
- Ibrox Stadium plays host to the pre-season friendly.
What TV channel and live stream is Rangers vs Arsenal on?
The game will be broadcast live on Arsenal TV and Rangers TV for subscribers.
What is the team news?
Arteta will be assessing his Arsenal side following the defeat at Hibs.
Smith Rowe, who came on as a sub at Easter Road, is expected to start.
While Alexandre Lacazette could also be given a starting nod as the Gunners warm up for their first European-less campaign since 1995.
What have they said?
Arteta spoke to arsenal.com after the Hibs defeat: "Well I'm always disappointed when we lose a football match but it is the first game, we played with many kids and we only had four training sessions.
"We've trained really hard and you could see that the players were a little bit leggy. I think we conceded the first goal, an accident, and the second goal was clearly offside.
"We created many, many chances but we didn't score. That's what pre-season is for, to take the things that we haven't done well into a training session and then improve."
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