Stuttgart ace blasts Gers
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Alex McLeish's men travel to Germany needing a win to keep their hopes of progressing into the next phase alive.
Mikel Arteta's absence from the match will be a massive blow for Gers, and Meissner has warned them that they will not get a result out of the match.
"We should have won in Glasgow but we will definitely win on Wednesday, of that I am certain," boasted Meissner.
"We are a different team at home and Rangers will find it very tough to score here.
"We are well organised, we don't concede many goals and we have players who are capable of scoring.
"We will score at least two goals and book our place in the next round.
"We have beaten Manchester United here and, with all due respect, they are a better team than Rangers."
The 30-year-old was involved in the defeat at Ibrox and says that he can not wait to gain revenge on the SPL champions.
"I came on for the last 20 minutes or so. We were winning 1-0 when I came on and when I walked off the pitch we had lost 2-1.
"Directly it wasn't my fault that we lost but that match has been annoying me for a couple of months now.
"For 70 minutes we dominated then we lost two goals in the space of a few minutes, which was very uncharacteristic of this team.
"That was the only time this season we have conceded two in one match."
Stuttgart need just a draw from the match to go through to the next round but Meissner has insisted his side will be going all out for the win.
"I think we will score at least two goals. I don't think I will score again although it would be nice.
"The most important thing is that we collect another three points as we have ambitions to go far this season."