Celtic can be backed at a massive 45-1 to beat tournament favourites Barcelona in their Champions League match in Spain tonight - the longest odds ever offered for a British side to win away from home in the competition.
And it's hard to disagree. Celtic's victory against Spartak Moscow a few weeks ago was their first away win in Europe since 1986 (when they beat Irish side Shamrock Rovers), and given the relative strengths of Spartak and Barcelona it seems inconceivable that Neil Lennons's team can get a result at the Nou Camp.
But exactly how unlikely is 45/1? We've taken a look at some of the other bets available via bookmarkers Paddy Power, William Hill and Ladbrokes to give you some idea of how remote the chances seem of a Celtic win - every one of these options is rated more likely than the Glasgow club winning.
[UPDATE: All the odds were correct at the time of publishing this article, but bookies have probably realised that it was a bit generous: best current price as of 2.45pm for Celtic was 28/1]
Scotland to have first contact with aliens - 25/1
Julian Assange to be smuggled out of the Ecuadorian Embasssy in a laundry van - 40/1
David and Victoria Beckham to have a baby named Rupert by the end of 2014 - 40/1
None of Prince Charles, Prince William or Prince Harry to be the next monarch - 40/1
Mike Tyson to play The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway or in the West End by end of 2014 - 40/1
Facebook to win the Nobel Peace prize - 20/1
Will Smith to play the next James Bond - 20/1
Wayne Rooney to name his new baby Alex after Sir Alex Ferguson - 33/1
Lady Gaga's first child to be called Baby Gaga - 45/1
Cocaine to be made legal before 2020 - 25/1
Jordan's next boyfriend to be Teddy Sheringham - 16/1
UK to win the Eurovision song contest 40/1
Germany to leave Euro by end of 2012 - 40/1