ABERDEEN are the only club Scottish walking a Europa League tightrope as they, Rangers and Kilmarnock attempt to make the second qualifying round.
The Dons have work to do after conceding a late goal at home to RoPS but Rangers and Killie have done the hard job away from home.
Instead of needing to win 3-0 to qualify RoPS will go through with a 1-0 success after losing 2-1 at Pittodrie.
The goal changed the momentum of the tie but Derek McInnes' men were clearly superior and I'm backing them to win in the Arctic Circle.
Aberdeen boasted the best away record in the Premiership last season and are 3-4 at McBookie to win again.
Skipper Joe Lewis was disappointed to concede at Pittodrie and I'm on the Dons to win to nil at 9-5 with McBookie.
Niall McGinn netted a cracker with Sam Cosgrove also on target and it's last season's prolific scorer who tempts to net first or score but there are no prices yet.
Rangers have won 5-0, 4-0 and 4-0 this season and with the tie against St Joseph's done is all about how many they'll score.
Steven Gerrard has plenty of options regarding his starting line-up so check teams before having a bet. Last season's top scorer Alfredo Morelos is 13-5 with bet365 while Jermain Defoe is 9-4.
There are dozens of other games with many sides such as Malmo, Molde and Dinamo Tbilisi already through after big wins in the first legs.
Short-priced teams including Hapoel Beer Sheva, Norrkoping and Domzale should all win and I've picked out a both to score treble in games at Domzale v Balzan, Shkupi v Pyunik and FC Inter v Brondby. The treble pays 22-5 at bet365.