IT'S not where Celtic wanted to be but winning a place in the Europa League group stage will be consolation for their Cluj collapse.
Neil Lennon's men welcome AIK Stockholm to Celtic Park and the Swedes are not a patch on the Romanians.
AIK's Euro co-efficient is just above Rangers' who played in just two of the five counting years.
Celtic's confidence has been shattered by their Champions League exit but they're 1-3 to qualify and should be looking to win by at least two.
There are concerns about the Hoops' defence but 1-2 with William Hill looks about right.
Ryan Christie and James Forrest have been Lenny's goal kings and I'm siding with the more experienced Forrest to score first at 13-2 at BetVictor.
Rangers have been impressive in Europe under Steven Gerrard and are 2-5 at William Hill to reach the group stage again.
After three stress-free ties it will be a tougher test against a Legia Warsaw side whose co-efficient is line with Celtic's and five times higher than Gers.
The Poles, 2-1 at boylesports to qualify, have been kept five clean sheets in a row so Rangers will do well to grab a vital away goal that should give them the edge.
On a treble take Rangers not to lose with both to score at Torino v Wolves and Espanyol at home to Zorya.
- Celtic & both to score
- Forrest to score first
- Rangers not to lose
- Morelos to score
- Torino v Wolves btts