IT could be one in and one out for the Old Firm as they target the last 16 of the Europa League.
Celtic should edge out Copenhagen but Rangers face a tough test against buzzing Braga.
Rangers defeated Porto in the group stage but Braga have beaten them in the league and cup since new boss Ruben Amorim took charge.
He has nine wins in 10 games with Sporting and Benfica among the scalps while Gers haven't got going since the season resumed.
Amorim is concerned about the soggy pitch so the weather may boost the Blues – and there should be more space than normal for Alfredo Morelos who netted in both legs against Porto.
The Colombian could net a vital goal and is 33-20 at Unibet to net.
Both teams to score looks a good shout at 17-20 with William Hill and if you're looking for a Braga scorer consider Paulinho, who hit the winner at Benfica, at 2-1 with McBookie.
Celtic travel to a defensively sound Danish team who will be looking to keep it tight.
Copenhagen returned from their winter break with a rusty defeat at Esbjerg and I can't see the Hoops losing.
They are hot favourites at 13-10 with bet365 and just 1-3 at McBookie not to lose.
It looks a low scorer and while Odsonne Edouard will be carefully watched I'm on Ryan Christie to score at 3-1 with Unibet.
Man United kept alive hopes of Champions League qualification with their impressive win at Chelsea on Tuesday and remember it could be top five depending on how Man City fare with their ban appeal.
Again the line-up is important but with the winners guaranteed a Champions League spot I'm sure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will go strong. United are 6-4 with bet365.
Wolves take on an Espanyol that's performed well in Europe while sitting bottom of La Liga. The Molineux men are enjoying a great season and should win this at 8-15 at Betfred.
Tournament favourites Inter head to Ludogorets and should win as long as they field a strong side.
They've been brilliant on the road with nine of their 12 in Serie A—and although they come into this on the back of consecutive defeats against Napoli and Lazio, the visitors still have more than enough quality to claim a first-leg victory.
Ludogorets have won just one of their last six games in all competitions, and are winless in four Europa League games – a run including a 6-0 defeat against Espanyol.
- Braga not to lose
- Christie to score
- Man United