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Can Brendan Rodgers better his Celtic record in Europe and who can Rangers turn to after Danilo's injury? Monday Jury

Keith Jackson: The draw has been kinder to Rodgers and Celtic this time around but that brings its own issues. Expectations should be managed because the new boss hasn't got his feet under the desk yet. A third placed finish would represent a decent return while he's getting his team in shape.

Andy Newport: Rodgers will know he can’t allow his side to be as generous as they were during his first spell in charge so expect to see a more restrained approach. But this Celtic squad isn’t as strong as the one he left behind in 2019 and there may be a few more difficult days to come against the European elite.

David McCarthy: I’m not sure. Celtic still weren't too convincing at the weekend and are still finding their feet. Even a point against Feyenoord would be a great result as they get their campaign underway, but it's unlikely and Europe could be a slog again.

Craig Swan: Rodgers returns a more experienced manager and some of the players should take plenty from last year's experiences. Improvement can come.

Keith: This is a tricky one for the manager. He threw the kitchen sink at overhauling his attack in the summer and the obvious solution would be to place his trust in Cyriel Dessers to lead the line. But the No.9 didn't get a sniff at St Johnstone even after Danilo's injury. Beale seems more likely to ask Kemar Roofe to lead the line.

Andy: It’s a cruel one for the Ibrox boss as Danilo looked like he was ready to kick on after a difficult start. He may have to go back to Cyriel Dessers as his focal point as neither Abdallah Sima nor Sam Lammers look comfortable as a No.9 but the Nigeria international needs to show more energy and spark.

David: Abdallah Sima replaced Danilo in Perth and caused a few problems so he