ALFREDO MORELOS couldn't break the Bhoys on Sunday but can hurt Young Boys tonight.
The Colombian striker will be desperate to confront the demons after his Betfred Cup Final flop.
And what better way to do it than shoot Rangers to the last 32 of the Europa League.
Morelos' season – barring his displays against Celtic – have been pretty flawless and he has been devastating in Europe with 13 goals and five in his last four.
A draw pays 3-1 at McBookie while Young Boys, who handed Gers their only Euro defeat, are 31-10 with the Scots firm.
Group G is so tight any two from four can go through and Rangers could lose and make it if Feyenoord win at Porto.
That's unlikely though and I'm backing the Portuguese to qualify with a win at 4-11 with bet365.
Celtic have already clinched Group E and Neil Lennon is sending a weakened squad to Romania.
Olivier Ntcham will be skipper in place of banned Scott Brown while Callum McGregor, Fraser Forster, Ryan Christie, Odsonne Edouard and Tom Rogic have stayed at home.
Youngsters Karamoko Dembele and Scott Robertson are in the squad with 19-year-old Grant Savoury.
That's good news for Cluj who will qualify if they win or Lazio don't – and they've already betaen Lazio and Rennes at home. The price on the Romanians has been dropping all week and is down to 11-10 with McBookie and that looks worth backing.
It just seems to be a game Celtic don't need during a hectic spell and that's reflected by the quality of the players left at home.
Arsenal, Man United and Wolves are all through and will all field weakened teams.
I'm trying to focus on teams who need wins and games that matter so start with Copenhagen v Malmo. A draw will put both through from Group B at the expense of Dynamo Kiev but it's unlikely to be played out tamely as there's a huge rivalry between the sides as they fight for the title of best team in Scandinavia.
Fans of The Bridge will know how close the cities are and seemingly the fans of both clubs really hate each other so should be a fiery affair and I'm going with both to score.
Add Getafe at home to Krasnodar in a competitive Group C where one point separates the top three. Basel should win at a short price against Trabzonspor to seal top spot.
Getafe and the Russians are locked on nine points but the Spaniards have the edge having won 2-1 away. A draw puts them through but they're strong at home and should be going for the victory.
Complete the treble with Celtic who as I already stated will be playing the best part of a second string. If you're one of the top men such as Ryan Christie, Odsonne Edouard, Callum McGregor or Fraser Forster you want be in Romania.
Cluj knocked Celtic out of the Champions League and are good enough to get the job done.
My second treble starts with Rangers who can bounce back from their Betfred Cup Final misery and clinch top spot in Group G by beating Young Boys at Ibrox.
The Swiss handed Gers their only defeat with a 2-1 win in Switzerland but two errors handed the home men victory. Steven Gerrard's men have beaten Porto and Feyenoord at home and should make it three out of three.
Add Borussia Monchengladbach to beat Istanbul and clinch first place in Group J. The Germans beat Bayern Munich at home at the weekend and are going for six wins in seven against a side who will qualify with a win.
Complete the late treble with both to score at Ludogerets v Ferencvaros. The Bulgarians need a draw to finish second in Group H while a victory will take the away side through so it should be a decent game.
They met in the Champions League qualifiers this season with the Hungarians winning 3-2 in Bulgaria and 2-1 at home but Ludogerets were 3-0 victors away in October.
- Morelos to score first
- Rangers/Cluj double
- Omrani to score first
- Copenhagen v Malmo btts
- Ludogerets v Ferencvaros btts