Celtic could go head-to-head with Rangers should they progress in the Europa League.
The Hoops take a slender lead into their second-leg on Thursday after a 1-1 draw in Norway last week, with Neil Lennon’s men in a fine run of form.
Cohenhagen will need to put in a fine performance if they are to beat a side who have won 21 of their 23 home games in all competitions this season.
If the Premiership leaders do make it into the last 16 of the European competition for the first time since the 2007/08 season.
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The Old Firm rivals were not able to meet in the current round of fixtures due to UEFA keeping teams from the same country apart until the last 16.
That means Lennon could go head-to-head with Steven Gerrard to see which side reaches the quarter-finals, with the draw taking place on Friday.
"I'm not going to blow my own trumpet," Lennon said on the year anniversary of his return to Parched.
"It seems like yesterday but a long, long time in my life. [It's been] very tumultuous, exciting, raw at times but immensely fulfilling.
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"I'm not going to take too much credit as of yet, if any. I'm delighted with the way this season's gone but there's still a couple of months to go."
He added when asked about this evening’s clash: ”Copenhagen are a dangerous team.
“It's 1-1 so the tie could psychologically switch either way. Hopefully we can score the first goal but we're going to have to earn the right to play.
"It's been fantastic so far, I want it to continue I want us to be in the last 16.
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“I think we're good enough to do that but we're going to have to play well.
"We've come up short at this round the last couple of years and we want to better that if we can.
“It's going to be a big European night and one to savour hopefully."
Celtic will be without the injured Olivier Ntcham and suspended Ryan Christie this evening, but James Forrest and captain Scott Brown have been passed fit.
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