THREE Scottish sides and three English ones are in European action tonight as part of a huge Europa League card.
The stand-out tie is the Battle of Britain showdown between Hearts and Spurs at White Hart Lane.
A lot has been said about the atmosphere and how that will help Hearts but the crowd will also lift Spurs and it should be all about the players on the park.
Harry Redknapp will be without the likes of Luka Modric, Tom Huddlestone and Jermain Jenas so is short of midfielders but he's attacking gems such as Rafael van der Vaart, who hopes to be fit, Jermain Defoe and Peter Crouch. And don't forget Gareth Bale who came to the fore in Europe last season.
Spurs could be ring rusty but don’t forgot last season’s adventure that took them all the way to the Champions League quarter-finals.
An interesting special from William Hill is any Scottish or English player to score at 1-1. That includes John Sutton who was at White Hart Lane as a kid.
He netted a double against Aberdeen at the weekend and is 11-4 (William Hill) to score.
Who can forget Bale's hat-trick in the 4-3 defeat to Inter Milan last season.
He is 11-4 with William Hill to score at any time and 50-1 for a treble.
Celtic will be looking for an extended run and are a biggest 4-6 with William Hill to beat Sion at Parkhead.
I reckon they’ll beat the Swiss by more than one and on the handicaps that pays 6-5 with William Hill.
Anthony Stokes has netted in all three games this season and is 1-1 with Wiliam Hill to net tonight and 9-2 to score two or more.
Rangers have an injury crisis for their trip to Slovenia but should be looking to avoid defeat. Maribor are no mugs but Gers did well in Malmo until they started losing players and a similar positive display could see them coming home with a score draw.
Nikica Jelavic and Steven Naismith have started the season well with the Croat banging in three goals in three games.
He is 6-5 with William Hill to score at any time and 5-4 at Blue Square to hit the first. Jelavic converted a penalty and missed another at Inverness. To score one tonight he is 13-2 (Hills) and 20-1 to fail from 12 yards.
Fulham have been convincing home winners in Europe this season without conceding. Dnipro are decent opposition but lie eighth in the Ukraine league after a modest stat. Take Fulham at 8-11 with bet365 to eke out a first-leg advantage.
Stoke have injury problems ahead of their visit to Thun who shocked Palermo in the previous round. But Tony Pulis' men have racked up three clean sheets on the bounce and would take a 0-0 here.
Look at the draw in Switzerland at 7-4 with Stan James.
Bet365 have chalked up 4-9 about the English sides outscoring their Scottish counterparts in the Europa League tonight but I like the Scots at 11-4 while the tie is 11-2.
The firm also rate Celtic as 5-2 favourites to be the top-scoring side and go 8-11 about 10 or more goals being scored by the seven British sides.
Thun v Stoke under 2.5 goals
(8-11, totesport, Stan James)