Rangers will have the chance to get some revenge on Celtic for two straight defeats when they square up in the Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday.
The Europa League semi-finalists fell 2-1 to their Old Firm rivals earlier this month but have since returned to the top of the world, seeing off Braga with a mind-blowing performance to book their place in the competition's final four.
They could inch closer to another trophy with a victory over Celtic on Sunday, so here's how Giovanni van Bronckhorst could set up.
1. Goalkeeper & defenders
Allan McGregor (GK) - Not particularly busy against Braga and would like to keep it that way.
James Tavernier (RB) - Sensational in the European win, adding to his goal tally with two strikes.
Connor Goldson (CB) - Goldson has been a near-permanent fixture in the team this season and is a certain starter.
Calvin Bassey (CB) - Away from his natural left-back spot, Bassey was out of this world against Braga and deserves another run in that role.
Borna Barisic (LB) - Barisic has confirmed that his injury towards the end of the Braga game was just cramp, so he should be fit and ready to go.
John Lundstram (DM) - Riding a high after probably his best performance of the season.
Ryan Jack (DM) - Rangers lost control of the Braga game when Jack went off. He needs to start if fit.
Aaron Ramsey (RM) - Does Ramsey have the legs to start again? He was out wide last time out and did a perfect job of pulling the strings.
Joe Aribo (AM) - Expect Aribo to rotate with Ramsey, but the 25-year-old proved he can hang in this central role.
Ryan Kent (LM) - Kent brings all the agility and speed in Rangers' attack; will be looked at to raise the tempo.
Kemar Roofe (ST) - Led the line superbly against Braga and was an absolute terror. Deserves another start.