Scotland captain Darren Fletcher is expecting a raucous reception at Rangers on Wednesday.
Fletcher, a confirmed Celtic fan, travels north of the border with Manchester United for their UEFA Champions League clash at Ibrox.
United go into the match needing just a point to seal their place in the knock-out phase.
Rangers claimed a point at Old Trafford in the return leg earlier in the campaign and Fletcher is expecting a tough test.
"I am sure I will get plenty of stick from the home support," he said.
"But I am really looking forward to the game. Rangers are a massive club with a huge support.
"It will be a special night that's for sure. I experienced it from the bench when we went there a few years ago and I know the atmosphere will be a fantastic.
"But that is what playing in Europe is all about.
"Part of the challenge is performing in intimidating atmospheres. It is something we all enjoy.
"We still have a job to do. We still need the point that is going to take us into the next round.
"Although we will enjoy it on Wednesday, we are also intent on producing a professional performance to try and win the match and see us through."