Lech Poznan, meanwhile, took part in a six goal thriller in their opening game, but were unable to pick up any points, losing 4-2 to group favourites Benfica.
Recently, Rangers were able to gain a crucial 2-0 away win over arch rivals Celtic - putting them as favourites to win the 2020-21 title.
During the game, Connor Goldson scored a brace, with the visitors clearly the more dominant side throughout the 90 minutes.
The Gers, who are unbeaten this campaign, sit six points above Celtic - yet the holders currently have a game in hand.
Despite this, Poznan will be heading into the match hopeful, having managed to score twice against Benfica last week.
Dariusz Zuraw's men managed to equalise on two occasions during their opening Europa League match, before the Portuguese side went on to score two goals in the final 30 minutes.
However, their time in the Polish Ekstraklasa has been rather bleak - winning just two games in their first seven league fixtures, putting them in 10th place.
In fact, Poznan only managed to claim a late equaliser in their most recent match, securing a 1-1 draw against Cracovia.
They are undoubtedly the least favourites to go through their group, currently sitting third in group D.
Rangers Europa League form: W
Rangers form (all competitions): WWWWWW
Lech Poznan Europa League form: L
Lech Poznan form (all competitions): DLLWWW
This Europa League clash should give Gerrard the opportunity to rest some key players, with the former Liverpool man looking ahead to his tough league fixture against Kilmarnock.
Alfredo Morales is also expected to start, with the English coach keen to get his striker back to goalscoring ways.
For Poznan, they could be without key playmaker Pedro Tiba, with the 32-year-old unlikely to travel to Glasgow for the game.
Tiba, who has scored three times and provided six assists in all competitions this campaign, missed their 1-1 draw against Cracovia due to a thigh strain.
Despite Tiba's absence, Mikael Ishak is likely to start for the Polish side, with the striker currently the team's leading goalscorer this season.
Rangers possible starting lineup:
McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Helander, Bassey; Jack, Arfield, Kamara; Hagi, Morelos, Roofe
Lech Poznan possible starting lineup:
Bednarek; Czerwinski, Satka, Crnomarkovic, Kravets; Muhar, Moder; Skoras, Ramirez, Marchwinski; Ishak
We say: Rangers 3-1 Lech Poznan
With Rangers currently in superb form, it is hard to see them getting anything other than a win on Thursday. Although Poznan will be confident to at least get on the scoresheet, we cannot seem them claiming the all-important three points in Glasgow.