WE'RE well into the group stage of the Europa League so we should know what to expect now – plenty of goals and loads of team rotation.
The format makes it tough for punters with sides, especially those facing long trips such as Spurs, resting most of their first-choice players.
Spurs go to Rubin Kazan in Russia without sick boss Harry Redknapp and won't risk top men such as Gareth Bale and Luka Modric.
However, they still have Roman Pavyluchenko and Jermain Defoe up front so can't be completely written off. Spurs' second string beat Rubin at White Hart Lane but the Russians would have taken something from the game and with home advantage I think they'll get it right. Take Rubin at 8-11 (various).
The British side I'm most confident about tonight are Fulham. They lost 1-0 away to Wisla Krakow but can overturn the result at Craven Cottage where they do most of their good work. Martin Jol's men are 4-11 with Coral and Ladbrokes.
Bobby Zamora will still be suffering after his horror miss against Everton a couple of weeks. He can make it up to the Fulham faithful by scoring first. Zamora and Andy Johnson are both 9-2 at Paddy Power.
Group B leaders Stoke were poor against Newcastle on Monday but should fare better away to Maccabi Tel Avi who have just one point with nine goals conceded in their three games. Take Stoke at 6-4 with the likes of Ladbrokes and William Hill although Tony Pulis has hinted at changes so check teams news.
Birmingham have been a bit of a surprise package and the Championship outfit, having won away to Bruges, will fancy their chances of a repeat at St Andrews. They are 7-5 with Ladbrokes.
Shamrock Rovers have another tough encounter and the 10-11 from boylesports on PAOK in Dublin looks a bit high. Michael O'Neill's Rovers will battle well as usual but there is a gulf in quality between the sides.
Celtic don't often lose at home in Europe but this could be the night. Neil Lennon's men have slipped 12 points off the SPL pace and were dire against Hibs at the weekend, drawing 0-0 and not even winning a corner at home.
To be fair they have drawn their last two in the Europa League but Rennes look dangerous on their travels and I reckon they're worth a look at 2-1 with boylesports.