PSV boss Peter Bosz believes home advantage can sway the tie in the Dutch side’s favour tomorrow night.
Rangers and PSV are level after a 2-2 draw in the Champions League play-off first leg at Ibrox last week.
Goals from Abdallah Sima and Rabbi Matondo were cancelled out by Ibrahim Sangare and Luuk de Jong as the pair ended all square in front of a raucous Ibrox crowd.
But the Eindhoven boss insists it’s his team who will have the backing of the fans tomorrow night as they vie for a seat at Europe’s most prestigious table – the Champions League group stage.
He said: “Now we are playing in front of our home fans, which is a big difference from playing in Glasgow.
“This will affect the game. But on the other hand I still believe that we will have more of the ball than Rangers, it is about what we do with the ball when we have it.
“I think the team already has the confidence of the audience. I think the fans know what they can expect from us and they will see it.
“Absolutely the fans can help. It’s a big difference from Glasgow.”