SCOTLAND'S fab four are in action tonight but only two are expected to reach the Europa League play-offs.
Celtic and Rangers are odds-on favourites away to Riga and Willem II respectively while Aberdeen and Motherwell are given little chance in Portugal and Israel.
A Premiership fourfold pays 82-1 at Unibet for anyone felling patriotic.
Celtic are just 2-9 to win against a Latvian that struggles past San Marino minnows Tre Fiori in the previous round.
However, they beat Copenhagen at home last season before losing 3-2 on aggregate so Neil Lennon won't allow any slackness.
The Europa League is not where the Hoops wanted to be but I see a comfortable win with Celtic -1 paying 4-6 at McBookie.
Difficult to pick out a first scorer but Shane Duffy could surprise the Latvians with his strength in the air and is 7-2 to net at any time.
Rangers have a tougher test in Holland and are 3-4 with McBookie to qualify and 4-9 to win the one-off tie.
Willem won 5-0 at Rangers' nemesis Progres but the Dutch are the type of side Steven Gerrard's men brushed aside on the way to the knockout phase last season.
I'm on Rangers and both teams could score at 8-13 with McBookie.
For a scorer I'd consider Ianis Hagi at 15-8 as the Romanian looks comfortable on the Euro scene.
I tipped Aberdeen to beat Viking and they are 11-2 with McBookie to see off a side that's suffered problems.
Sporting have called in seven B team players to boost their squad and may struggle to take care of the Scots who had been in good form until Sunday's shock defeat at home to Motherwell.
At their best the Dons can cover the +2 handicap at 8-11 with McBookie.
Motherwell were brilliant at Pittodrie but could struggle against a decent Hapoel Beer Sheva side who are 8-11 with McBookie.
Stephen Robinson's men edged past Coleraine on penalties after blowing a two-goal but responded superbly to win 3-0 at Aberdeen and that result will give them confidence.
However, the Israelis have given the likes of Celtic tough games in the Champions League and they can edge through.
Spurs struggled past nine-man Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the previous round so check their line-up carefully before deciding to bet on this game.
Jose Mourinho's men notched a fine 5-2 win at Southampton at the weekend and were further boosted when their EFL Cup game against Orient was called off.
If some of their main men are involved such as Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min I'd back them to win but I need to see that their serious about progressing at a short price.
Europa League Treble
- Celtic -1 (6pm)
- Willem vs Rangers btts (8pm)
- Beer Sheva (6.30pm)
- (37-10, McBookie)