ST JOHNSTONE shocked most punters by beating Rosenborg away – but I don't think they'll surprise me in Minsk (5pm).
It's a tougher task for Tommy Wright's Euro heroes and they'll do well to leave eastern Europe with a one-goal defeat.
Motherwell also face class opposition in the shape of Kuban Krasnodar and they'll be out if they don't win at home tonight (7.45pm).
The one advantage for Well is they actually have more Euro experience than their Russian rivals – but then again so does anyone who's been on the Eurostar.
If James McFadden can put in a big game and maybe score they've got a chance of winning the first leg – but for me it's a draw at best. Faddy is 17-2 at BetVictor to hit the opener and 3-1 to net at anytime.
Saints were backed by one or two at 7-1 to win in Norway and are a best 23-10 at Paddy Power to repeat the act in Belarus. However, I'll be on Minsk to edge it at 6-5 with Coral.
Well are also huge underdogs despite home advantage with BetVictor going a biggest 16-5. Kuban deserve total respect after drawing 1-1 at Zenit last time out and I'm sure they'll take a stalemate and expect to win at home.
Elsewhere, we'll find out if Malmo are good or if Hibs are simply rotten. The Swedes head for Swansea (7.45pm) on the back of their 7-0 win in Edinburgh and I'll be on the Capital One Cup winners at 8-13 with Ladbrokes and Coral and even -1 at 6-4 at Ladbrokes.
Malmo followed their rout with a disappointing defeat at Gefle – and I've already been told by Hearts fans the answer to my first question.
McFadden to score