Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers drew in Poland on Thursday.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard
The result means that Steven Gerrard’s side are now favourites to progress from the tie to the group stage of the Europa League.
Former Celtic striker Sutton believes that the goalless draw on the road is a good result for Rangers.
Billy Dodds, who played for Rangers from 1999 to 2003, has warned Rangers against complacency.
Dodds told BBC Sport: “Legia pride themselves on clean sheets so if they can do that and counter-attack Rangers and get an away goal [at Ibrox] then there could be problems.
"I don't see it myself, as Rangers have better players and are a better team. But they aren't out of it.”
Good result for Rangers— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) August 22, 2019
Very professional job in Poland from Stevie G boys— Alex Rae (@alexrae1969) August 22, 2019
Legia 0-0 @RangersFC
Back to packed Ibrox to get the job done
Europa League progress
Rangers will be disappointed that they could not score in the first leg in Poland, but the Gers are now favourites to progress to the group stage of the Europa League from the tie.
Ibrox is a fortress for Rangers, and in front of their own supporters, the Gers will be confident of getting the job done.
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