Team news ahead of the Europa League and Europa Conference League qualifying play-off second legs involving Celtic, Rangers, Tottenham, Aberdeen and St Johnstone.
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Celtic beat St Mirren 6-0 at Parkhead on Sunday for their sixth successive win, with all the players coming through unscathed, and Ange Postecoglou insists there will be no change to their attacking outlook in Holland.
"I think that is the best approach from us," said the Hoops manager. "If we go there and try to defend for 90 minutes, I just think you are asking for trouble.
"They are a good team and we know at home they are going to be playing fairly high tempo and high intensity football to score a goal. If we sit back we are just going to invite pressure on ourselves.
"Our best football has been going the other way, going forward, and if we score goals, it puts more pressure on the opposition. We won't change our approach, it is the best strategy for us."
New signing from Legia Warsaw, right-back Josip Juranovic, is ineligible for the game.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is self-isolating and will miss their Europa League play-off tie against Alashkert on Thursday after the club confirmed a Covid-19 outbreak.
Captain James Tavernier, Ryan Kent, Scott Wright, Calvin Bassey and goalkeepers Allan McGregor and Jon McLaughlin have also not travelled for Thursday's second leg in Armenia - which Rangers lead 1-0.
Leon Balogun, Filip Helander, Borna Barisic, Joe Aribo, Cedric Itten, Alfredo Morelos, Connor Goldson, Nathan Patterson, Steven Davis, Glen Kamara, Scott Arfield and Ianis Hagi were among the group who travelled.
Europa Conference League Qualifying play-offs
Tottenham head coach Nuno Espirito Santo will make a decision on whether to start Harry Kane in the second leg after the striker declared he was staying at the club this summer.
With the Kane situation sorted, Nuno must now deal with the future of Tanguy Ndombele. The club's record signing is yet to feature this season and is understood to have asked to leave the club.
Asked if that was true, Nuno said: "I am not going to answer that. For this game, he is not on the UEFA list so he is not available for (Thursday). Nothing has changed, no, nothing has changed."
Cristian Romero is back in the frame having missed the victory over Wolves with a knock sustained at the end of the first leg in Portugal. Joe Rodon and Cameron Carter-Vickers will not be options, however.
Asked if he was set to make changes again or whether he'd take a different approach with us trailing 1-0 in the tie, Nuno replied: "It does not have to do with the result of the first leg, it's to do with a lot of things we have to understand.
"The travelling, this week is totally different, we are all together, that allows us to make different decisions because it is different circumstances. We still have to decide, but it is a must-win game."
Callum Davidson is relishing the prospect of having key midfielder David Wotherspoon back in his St Johnstone squad for Thursday's Europa Conference League play-off second leg with LASK.
The 31-year-old former Hibernian player has been sidelined for Saints' last four games after contracting coronavirus.
However, he has trained this week and is in contention to face the Austrian side in Perth in the second leg of a tie delicately poised at 1-1 following the first leg in Klagenfurt last week.
The manager will be able to call on most of his players but Craig Bryson is out and Liam Gordon is "50/50".
Aberdeen have been rocked by the news that defender Andrew Considine is out until after Christmas after having surgery on his cruciate.
The 34-year-old Scotland international suffered a knee injury in the first leg of the Europa League conference play-off against Qarabag in Baku last week and had an operation on Wednesday morning.
Dons manager Stephen Glass has confirmed that Ryan Hedges would be out until after the upcoming international break with a hamstring problem.
Jonny Hayes and Connor McLennan will be given every opportunity to prove their fitness after sustaining knocks against Hearts at Tynecastle on Sunday, while Jack MacKenzie is available again after recovering from injury.
What is the Europa Conference League?
The UEFA Europa Conference League will be the third UEFA club competition and run alongside both the Champions League and Europa League.
The idea behind the Europa Conference League is to give more clubs a taste of European football, particularly sides from countries that struggle to qualify for the other two UEFA competitions. But there's a spot up for grabs for English clubs, too.