Celtic play their sixth and final Europa League game of the campaign tonight, as they travel to take on Fenerbahce in Turkey.
The Bhoys not only suffered a disappointing exit from the Champions League to Malmo in the play-offs, but have then struggled in the Europa League too.
Two draws and three defeats mean that Celtic are already out of the competition, but will still be trying to end the campaign with a victory.
Ultimately though, this game means little for Celtic, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see manager Ronny Deila rotate his side in Turkey tonight.
The game against Fenerbahce gives Celtic a chance to give some fringe players a run out and build up their fitness ahead of this weekend's league game against St. Johnstone.
Goalkeeper Logan Bailly may be given the chance to start in goal in place of Craig Gordon, whilst Kieran Tierney will be battling Emilio Izaguirre for a starting role at left back.
In midfield, Deila could hand starts to returning duo James Forrest and Kris Commons following injuries, whilst youngsters Scott Allan and Callum McGregor will be hoping for starting roles after impressive displays of late.
Up front, this game should be used to give summer signing Nadir Ciftci a chance to shine, given that he has been playing for the Celtic Under-21's in order to keep fit recently.
Predicted Celtic line-up: Bailly; Lustig, Simunovic, Boyata, Tierney; Allan, Bitton; Commons, McGregor, Forrest; Ciftci.