RANGERS have nothing to gain and everything to lose as they line up in Gibraltar on Thursday night.
Steven Gerrard's men are expected to win big but will be aware Lincoln Red Imps claimed the scalp of Celtic in a Champions League qualifier in 2016.
Brendan Rodgers' side turned it round with a 3-0 success at Parkhead but there will be no second chances thanks to one-leg affairs.
Rangers, however, should have nothing to worry about having started the Premiership season by not conceding in seven games, winning six of them.
McBookie make the Ibrox men 1-8 to win while Red Imps are 25-1 with BetVictor and the draw 8-1 at McBookie.
I can't see anything but a convincing win for a side that excelled in Europe last season and Rangers -2 pays 11-10 at McBookie. Rangers are 10-11 to win both halves and 8-13 to win to nil.
Aberdeen have a tougher test away to Viking and are 19-10 underdogs with McBookie.
The Norwegians are strong at home but lie a lowly eighth in the league and are conceding two a game.
Aberdeen on the other hand are in good nick and I'm taking a chance on them to qualify at 11-10 with McBookie.
Both teams to score at 4-7 with William Hill looks a good shout with Viking netting 15 in five and the Scots capable of nabbing one on the break.
Motherwell meet another Northern Irish side in Coleraine after beating Glentoran 5-1 at home.
This will be a tougher test against a side who were third when the season ended – eight points above Glentoran.
Oran Kearney's men beat Maribor on penalties in the last round and are 7-2 with McBookie to win and 21-10 to qualify.
There could be value in either of those bets with Motherwell looking a bit short at 4-6 to triumph in 90 minutes.
I'll take a look at some of the other games later and add tips including a both to score double or treble.
- Rangers -2 (4pm)
- Aberdeen to qualify (7.30pm)