RANGERS have been a bit of an enigma this season – often winning big games but losing when least expected.
Braga and Porto have been brushed aside in Europa, Celtic beaten in the league, but defeats to relegation battlers Hearts and Hamilton sums up their season.
I fancied Braga to KO Steven Gerrard's men but the Scots played brilliantly in both legs.
Next up it's Bayer Leverkusen and while Ibrox will act as a 12th man they might need a 13th and 14th to beat a side packed with talent – Brazilian Paulinho and £100million-rated superkid Kai Havertz are the best of the bunch.
Gerrard has doubts over James Tavernier and Ryan Jack is out and Bayer will have backers in their thousands at 23-20 with bet365 and are generally 1-4 to qualify.
If they can edge the home leg they'll be boosted by a lack of atmosphere in the behind-closed-doors BayArena next week.
A big concern for Gerrard is Alfredo Morelos' untimely loss of form and that explains odds of 6-1 to break the deadlock.
There are suggestions he could be axed for Flo Kamberi who is 13-5 with Paddy Power to net.
I'd rather by on Havertz at 13-2 with the same firm while Paulinho is 9-1 at bet365.
LASK vs Man United will be behind closed doors and games with no fans can be tough to call but I'm taking the Austrian league leaders not to lose as they've won every home game in this competition.
With Sevilla vs Roma and Inter vs Getafe off there are just six ties left and both should score at Eintracht vs Basel with the Germans conceding 13 in six.
Istanbul should be too strong at home for Celtic's conquerors Copenhagen and are a best 4-5 at Marathonbet while Wolfsburg are 27-20 at Unibet to edge out Shakhtar Donetsk at home.
- LASK not to lose (5.55pm)
- Olympiakos vs Wolves draw (8pm)
- Bayer Leverkusen (8pm)
- Eintracht vs Basel btts (5.55pm)