It's a trio of Europa League action for Paul Robinson this evening as his 19/1 Daily Acca features both Scottish sides as well as Wolves. Here are his selections:
Celtic to be beaten in Rome
Bet 1: Back Lazio @ 7/10 - KO 17:55 GMT
The Italians haven't performed to their best in this competition to date, but it can be argued that they haven't taken it that seriously yet.
Simone Inzaghi's side will need to do so in Rome this evening as a loss would have them on the verge of elimination, and even a draw would leave them in a tough spot.
Lazio are strong at home though, and their only Group E victory came on this ground - a 2-1 success over Rennes. They are beaten here in all competitions this season, and they come into the game on the back of three straight Serie A successes - impressive away victories at Fiorentina and Milan, with a 4-0 thumping of Torino in-between.
Celtic are on a roll of their own, and they did win the reverse fixture at Celtic Park. This will be a completely different test however, and I expect Neil Lennon's men to come up short.
Plenty of goals at Molineux
Bet 2: Back Wolves & BTTS @ 5/2 - KO 20:00 GMT
Wolves are heavy favourites to win this match tonight, but there is decent value about them winning and not keeping a clean sheet.
Nuno Espírito Santo's side won the the reverse fixture in Bratislava a fortnight ago, but they fell behind in that game, and had to produce a second half comeback to win 2-1.
They still trail Braga at the top of Group K by a point though, and with tonight's opponents only a further two behind, they can't afford any slip-ups at Molineux.
The visitors have won one, drawn one and lost one of their three group matches to date, and they have scored in every single outing. They had to come through three rounds of qualifying to get here, and they netted in all six of those games too.
Another draw for Rangers and Porto
Bet 3: Back The Draw in Rangers v Porto @ 12/5 - KO 20:00 GMT
Porto are usually still in the Champions League at this point in the season, but things are different this year as they were knocked out in a qualifying round by Krasnodar.
The Portuguese club haven't performed too well in the Europa League either, as after three Group G fixtures, they find themselves in third place, with only four points to their name.
After winning their opening match, Sérgio Conceição's side were beaten at Feyenoord and then held at home by tonight's opponents.
Another draw could be on the cards here, as while Steven Gerrard's team are in the better form, they are still not quite at Porto's level on the European stage.