CELTIC can move closer to the Champions League group stage but it's likely to be a nerve-shredder.
Reykjavik were blown away 6-0 last week and home advantage should see Neil Lennon's men through against the Hungarian champions.
However, this is a step up against a side who looked decent in seeing off Swedes Djurgardens 2-0 and will pose a threat as they break quickly.
Defence has been Celtic's concern in recent seasons and they conceded three at home to Copenhagen and four at home to Cluj in crashing out of Europe's two tournaments last season.
Celtic are hot favourites at 1-8 with McBookie to qualify and 4-9 to win in 90 minutes – and I'd like to see them slightly bigger.
Ferencvaros are 9-5 to make it through to the play-offs and 13-2 at bet365 to triumph at an empty Parkhead.
Celtic were knocked out by Cluj last season so will be sure to respect Sergei Rebrov's men.
I'm backing Celtic to win but they could concede and Celtic and both to score pays 2-1 at McBookie.
It could be tight for an hour or so and draw/Celtic HT/FT – as it was at Tannadice on Saturday – returns 23-20 at McBookie.
Star man Odsonne Edouard usually raises his game for the big occasion and is 5-6 with McBookie to net at anytime and 14-5 to break the deadlock.
Ryan Christie peppered Dundee United's goal and is worth a look at 13-8 to score while Christopher Jullien, always a set-piece threat, is 11-2 with McBookie.
Ferencvaros' dangerman is Tokmac Nguen who bagged a double against Djurgardens. He is 4-1 with McBookie to net and 11-1 to hit the opener.
Molde are one of Celtic's potential opponents in the next round and I'm backing the Norwegians draw no bet at Celje.
Complete a treble with Rapid Vienna at Lokomotiva Zagreb and Dinamo Brest at home to Sarajevo.
- Christie to score
- (13-8, McBookie)
- Celtic & Btts
- (2-1, McBookie)