IT could be a tale of away goals as the Old Firm eye spots in the Europa League group stage.
One for Celtic should clinch victory over AIK while Rangers are desperate to avoid giving one away against Legia Warsaw.
I reckon Neil Lennon's men have done enough after winning 2-0 at home and should net against the tough but limited Swedes who aren't as forward-thinking as CL conquerers Cluj.
Celtic are no bigger than 1-25 to qualify and just 2-7 at BetVictor to bag that crucial away strike. They don't need to beat the Swedes again though and this could be a draw at 12-5 with Coral – a scoring one pays 15-4.
I tipped James Forrest to score first in the home leg and this time I'm on Ryan Christie to get back on the goal trail after a couple of blanks. He is 9-1 at Unibet to break the deadlock and 4-1 to net.
Rangers face a much tougher task against the tight Poles who hadn't conceded in six matches before beating Lodz 5-2 at the weekend.
Steven Gerrard wants the crowd to rock Ibrox and push his side over the line but it could be a nervy night.
The Scots are no bigger than 1-2 at Coral to win and I'm backing them to get there but they'll need to work hard if they concede.
Alfredo Morelos missed his side's one clear chance in Warsaw and is 3-1 to make amends with the opener.
I posted this goals treble on Wednesday morning. Start at Dudelange v Ararat with the Luxembourg side trailing 2-1 from the first leg. Dudelange have netted seven goals in their last three home games while both sides have saw btts land in five of their last six matches.
Next take Riga v Copenhagen with the Latvians trying to fight back from 3-1 down. All five of Riga's games have brought up btts and while they'll go for it here the Danes are the better side and should at least grab an away goal.
Complete the treble with Wolves v Torino. It was 3-2 to the English side in Italy so Torino know they have to score at least to have any chance of qualifying. Should be an open game which should lead to goals at either end.
Wolves looked a superior side in Turin but conceding a late goal has given their rivals a little hope although the Molineux men still tempt at 37-40 to add to their first-leg lead.
Linfield are also dreaming of a group spot but are up against after conceding a late second at home to Qarabag. Taking a 3-2 lead all the way to Azerbaijan is precarious and the home men are just 1-8 to qualify. Best bet here could be over 2.5 goals at 3-5 with BetVictor.
For a Top Treble I'm taking a chance on an Eintracht Frankfurt side who let me down last week. The Germans lost 1-0 at Strasbourg but should at least overturn that – and qualify if they don't concede an away goal.
Add Ferencvaros at home to a Suduva side they held 0-0 last week despite dominating. The Hungarians were unlucky not to grab at least one away goal but should get the job done at home.
Finally add Molde to beat Partizan Belgrade at home after losing 2-1 last week. Molde are incredibly strong at home, beating Aris 3-0 in the last round, and I fancy their chances at odds against.
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2pts Top Treble
- Eintracht Frankfurt
- (29-10, Betway)
1pt Both to Score Treble
- Dudelange v Ararat (7pm)
- Riga v Copenhagen (5.45pm)
- Wolves v Torino (7.45pm)
- (22-5, Betfred)