Celtic vs CFR Cluj for the Champions League qualification match on Tuesday at Celtic Park Stadium.
Celtic drew 1-1 in their first match with Romanians last week. Cluj goes to Glasgow and is authorised by UEFA after problems with the FFP, so they are bringing in a limited team while they have some questions about injuries. Meanwhile, Celtic are returning home on land where they have a good record.
Celtic know the pressure is on their bid for a place in the Champions League. The hosts have a strange situation where all efforts are in their qualifying campaign. While they are taking advantage of their current domestic success spell, the ease with which they have dominated in Scotland has raised the stakes in Europe.
This is the only area Celtic can make progress, so it would be huge for Neil Lennon to inspire this side in the group stage after Brendan Rodgers failed last year.
The visitors are returning as champions of Romania, having built their race in this competition with some reliable results at home. Cluj beat both Astana and Maccabi Tel Aviv at home so far, but their draw against Celtic could be a problem for them in the second leg.
They were without key players Emmanuel Culio and Michael Pereira in their first match.
Without them, Cluj would be in an even worse position than the current record suggests. Only two wins from nine European trips suggest visitors will not adapt outside.
Coach Dan Petrescu is trying to use his profile in the British media to play some mind games, suggesting that the Bhoys have an easy race at home. However, it seems to be some fear coming from Cluj coach, especially with this side being limited due to some injuries.
Meanwhile, Celtic have a secure home record in Europe. They have won four of their last five games in this competition at Celtic Park, so we can only think of them as favourites.