IT'S not been away long but football's back with a bang on Tuesday night.
Celtic face a decent test against Sarajevo while Rangers have basically been handed a bye.
So let's start with Celtic in the Champions League qualifiers as they travel to the Bosnian champions.
Their opponents are no mugs but the Hoops are still massive favourites at 3-5 at McBookie to win the first leg and 1-8 to qualify.
Lennon will be happy to play away first, avoid defeat and see them off at Parkhead.
It's never easy for Scottish sides to get up and running so I'm reluctant to consider Celtic at such a short price.
Sarajevo though have lost their last six CL qualifiers including 1-0 home defeats to Genk and Dynamo Kiev.
The draw – and for me that's not a disastrous result – pays 3-1 at bet365.
A 1-0 Celtic win is 5-1 and the Hoops are 6-4 at McBookie to win to nil.
Celtic lost in Gibraltar to Red Imps in Brendan Rodgers' first game but there's no chance of a shock repeat when Rangers visit.
St Joseph's aren't even the best team in Gibraltar and Gerrard's men performed well in the Europa League and will again expect to make the group stage.
Finding value is the problem but Rangers should be looking to win by at least three against a side who lost 10-0 on aggregate to Cypriots AEL two years ago.
Gers -2 pays 8-15 at McBookie while -3 is 6-4 for the more optimistic. Jermain Defoe is a likely starter although Alfredo Morelos should be fit after missing the weekend 5-0 friendly win against Oxford.
Best bet could be Gers to win to nil at 3-4 with McBookie and take that on a treble with TNS to beat Feronikeli and Red Star Belgrade to win at Suduva.
- Edouard to score first
- Rangers -2
- Rangers to win to nil
- Defoe to score first