After a long qualification process, Thursday night will see the Europa League play-off second legs take place and both Rangers and Celtic will fancy their chances of making the group stages.
Steven Gerrard’s Rangers could and really should have put this tie to bed against Ufa but only have a 1-0 aggregate lead going into the second leg in Russia.
Rarely has a team dominated so much in possession but failed to put away a side but that is the situation Gers find themselves in.
Ovie Ejaria was a standout performer in the first leg at Ibrox and he will be looking to create more, against an Ufa side that struggled to keep the ball and carve out chances.
Rangers have been pretty happy to settle for goalless draws on their travels in Europa League qualification but they will be determined to bag themselves an away goal and Gerrard’s men should have just too much quality for Ufa.
It has been a tricky time for Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers since their exit from Champions League qualification.
Celtic will have been frustrated with their efforts on the road in Lithuania in the first leg after a 1-1 draw but the next encounter at Parkhead should be a completely different story.
After the frustration of the past few outings, the Bhoys will be looking to put on a show and have the ability to secure a comfortable win against a plucky, yet mediocre Suduva in east Glasgow.
New to Mobilebet? Grab a £10 Free Bet here when you join.