RANGERS can edge closer to the Europa League knockouts by not losing at Feyenoord.
Steven Gerrard's men will qualify with a draw then victory at home to Young Boys – but the manager will be aiming to win in Rotterdam.
That's a tough ask against a side unbeaten in four under new boss Dick Advocaat and a draw would be a decent result.
Gers have performed well in Europe this season and I expect them not to lose at 3-5 with McBookie. A score draw pays 7-2.
The Ibrox men are 15-8 at McBookie to win with the Dutch favourites at 7-5.
Rangers netted at Young Boys and Porto but have struggled to keep clean sheets on the road so both to score at 4-5 with William Hill is one for accas.
In the other game in Group G game Young Boys could beat Porto to knock out the top seeds. Porto have lost 2-0 at Rangers and Feyenoord and could struggle again at the table-toppers. Young Boys are a best 2-1 at Marathonbet.
Celtic are through but aiming to beat Rennes at home to clinch top spot in Group E.
The French side's only point came against the Hoops but they will be weakened and this should be a routine win for Neil Lennon's men.
On accas a Celtic win at 1-2 with McBookie is fine but they should cover the -1 handicap at 7-5 with betfair.
Odsonne Edouard is making a name in his homeland with his scoring exploits for the Under-21s and can strike against a Rennes team side with no clean sheets in 12. He is evens at William Hill to score.
Man United and AZ are fighting for top spot in Group L and this could go to the wire.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side head to Astana having already qualified and is certain to play a weakened team. It's a long way to go when you don't have to win and for me best bet could be both to score at 8-11 with Ladbrokes.
Solskjaer has confirmed Academy kids Di'Shon Bernard, Ethan Laird and Dylan Levitt will all start and the highest-profile players involved will be Luke Shaw and Jesse Lingard.
AZ are on a brilliant run of six wins in a row with an aggregate of 24-0 and can continue their scoring streak at home to Partizan Belgrade. Back AZ -1 at 6-4 with Paddy Power.
In Group K a draw between Braga and Wolves will send both teams through – and guess what result I'm going for.
Wolves have picked up recently with one defeat in 13 while Braga, who won at Milineux, have lost one in 14 so looking at those stats a stalemate looks likely. The draw pays 21-10 with William Hill.
Arsenal will win Group F if they beat Eintracht Frankfurt at home but on the evidence of Saturday there's little chance of that happening.
Southampton bossed the Gunners at the Emirates and were so unlucky not to win – but a repeat that display will surely see boss Unai Emery sent packing.
Arsenal haven't won in six but Eintracht have struggled in this group so picking a winner isn't easy. Based on recent form there should be plenty of goals though so consider over 3.5 match goals at 8-5 with Unibet.
- Feyenoord v Rangers btts
- Celtic -1
- Astana v Man United btts
- AZ Alkmaar -1
- Braga v Wolves draw
- Arsenal v Eintracht over 3.5 goals