It's a lot for anyone to digest. However, Victor Wanyama is relishing the prospect.
The Celtic midfielder has no problem adding a couple of SPL games against Dundee and Motherwell to inject a bit of spice to the mix of games the Hoops are currently savouring.
And after manager Neil Lennon's roasting following the poor display against St Johnstone in the SPL prior to the start of this eclectic series of fixtures, Wanyama promises everyone will have an appetite for tonight's cup tie against Raith.
The Kenyan said: "Hopefully we can do better than last season by winning the Treble. Losing last season's League Cup final will be the biggest motivation, and we will be hungry for success.
"Champions League or a league game, they are all important to us. Our focus is always the same. We go into each and every game knowing they are big.
"It is always difficult in a cup tie like this one because a team like this always come motivated. So we have to be ready and we're going to treat this game like other big games."
Wanyama will have plenty on his plate with Scott Brown being rested for this game. The understanding between the two is growing match by match, and the 21-year-old acknowledges not only what the captain brings to the team but to his own game.
"Playing alongside Scott Brown is easy because he is always talking," said Wanyama with a grin.
"Also, his work-rate is very good. He's a good captain and is very experienced. In the big games, he is always carrying the team."
Wanyama, who sealed the points with a powerful drive to make it 2-0 against Dundee on Saturday, said: "We did not do well against St Johnstone, and the manager made the point we had to step up our game.
"It feels nice for me to play in midfield and get the goals."