RANGERS will be out for revenge tonight as they bid to beat Aris and book a place in the Europa League knockout stages.

The trip to Limassol last month was the low point of Gers’ campaign as they lost 2-1 just days after Michael Beale’s sacking.

But Philippe Clement has transformed morale since taking over and remains unbeaten eight games into his reign.

McBookie can’t see that changing tonight as they make Aris 8/1 outsiders, with Rangers as short as 3/10.

The Cypriots have conceded seven times on their travels in Group C so over 2.5 Gers goals could be worth a punt at 6/5 (William Hill).

Danilo should lead the line for Clement and he’s the same price at Bet365 to follow up the goal he grabbed against Sparta Prague at Ibrox.

Both Aberdeen and HJK Helsinki only have pride to play for when they face off in the Conference League.

The Dons were superb on their last road trip but a draw in Greece against PAOK wasn’t enough to keep their hopes alive.

HJK have lost four in a row since their 1-1 draw at Pittodrie and could be rusty as their domestic league is finished.

So the 9/5 at McBookie for an Aberdeen victory is tempting but instead, I’m going to back them to win either half (evens, W Hill).

We should see goals but BTTS is just 3/5 with McBookie, although combining that with over 2.5 goals takes you to just under evens.

European Football Tips

  • Super Singles: Danilo to score (6/5, Bet365), Dons to win either half (evs, W Hill)
  • McBookie Bet Builder: Combining a Gers win with over 2.5 goals and over 5.5 home corners pays 139/100.

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