CELTIC and Rangers should stay on track for the Europa League groups with wins tonight.
After dropping out of the Champions League Brendan Rodgers's side have a straightforward task against Lithuanian minnows Suduva and are a tiny price to progress.
Rangers have it tougher against Russians Ufa but are playing well enough to get the job done.
Last time the sides met Celtic triumphed 2-0 away after an 8-1 romp at home and while they flopped badly against AEK their opponents are a massive step down in class and shouldn't worry a leaky defence.
Rangers are unbeaten in all competitions under Steven Gerrard including four Europa League ties where they've looked fairly comfortable.
This is Ufa's first Euro venture and needed an away goal to dump Domzale and a last-gasp strike to edge out Progres Niederkorn. The Luxembourg side beat Rangers last season but this is a different Rangers.
Taking a lead to Russia will be vital and Rangers are a best 4-6 at McBookie to achieve that and just 8-11 at betfair to reach the group stage. They were 3-1 victors over a stronger side in Maribor at home so will be looking to cover the -1 handicap at 2-1 with McBookie.
Alfredo Morelos has found his form and after his hat-trick against Kilmarnock is 6-4 at Sky Bet to score and 4-1 to break the deadlock.
Burnley travel to Olympiakos with boss Sean Dyche insisting his side want to make he group stages despite only taking one point from their opening Premier League fixtures.
The Turf Moor men battled past Aberdeen and Istanbul in extra time and all four of their matches have gone under 2.5 goals in 90 minutes. This could be the same with Burnley likely to keep Olympiakos, who finished third in the Greek league last season, pretty much at bay.