Celtic manager Neil Lennon suggests tomorrow night's World Cup qualifier between Wales and Scotland could be a 'tasty' affair.
The Dragons host the Scots in Cardiff in their third Group A fixture and Lennon feels that the all-UK clash will provide plenty of exciting action.
"I am thinking of going but I don't know if that is a good idea or not," said Lennon who oversees the likes of Scott Brown, James Forrest, Charlie Mulgrew and Kris Commons (Scotland) as well as Adam Matthews and Joe Ledley (Wales).
"There was plenty of banter flying around but I hope there is not too much fur flying.
"It will be tasty. I don't know who will win. I think at the minute Scotland are in a better place but Wales are at home and will need a result."