Celtic take a significant lead into this evening’s second-leg clash against Nomme Kalju in the Champions League.
A stunning 5-0 win for the Hoops over the Estonians last week has allowed Neil Lennon to leave some of his big guns at home.
Christopher Jullien, on the other hand, has already been told he will start the game in Tallinn as he bids to improve his fitness ahead of the Scottish Premiership opener this weekend.
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But who else will start? Can you watch it on the telly? Here’s everything you need to know about this evening’s game.
Where is the game being played?
Celtic square-off against the Estonian champions at the A. Le Coq Arena.
What time is kick-off?
The action gets underway at 6pm UK time.
Is it on TV and can I live stream it?
Unlike last week’s first-leg of their Champions League second-round tie, Celtic have announced that the game will be available WORLDWIDE on Hoops TV.
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Alternatively, you can keep up-to-date with our LIVE blog from before kick-off this evening.
What are Celtic’s chances of winning?
Neil Lennon’s men are comfortable favourites to seal the deal – at odds as short as 1/5.
Meanwhile, Kalju are not expected to put up much of a fight, even at home, and sit at 14/1 with Ladbrokes.
What’s the latest team news?
Celtic fans can expect some serious changes to their starting XI with the luxury of a five-goal lead.
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Big-hitters James Forrest and Callum McGregor have not even travelled with the team to Estonia.
Christopher Jullien has been told he’ll start the match while Marian Shved is back in the squad after injury.
Kieran Tierney remains out with a hip injury while Vakoun Bayo is also injured.