Champions League preview: Juventus v Celtic
Celtic face a near impossible task in Turin tonight as they seek to overcome a 3-0 deficit against Italian giants Juventus in the second leg of their last 16 Champions League encounter.
A 3-0 home defeat in the first leg all but ended the Glasgow side’s hopes of progression, with Neil Lennon’s men now requiring a miraculous victory to keep their European hopes alive this season.
Bhoys striker Tony Watt is out with a foot injury, while midfielder Scott Brown and defender Mikael Lustig are also unavailable.
Defender Charlie Mulgrew has however travelled to Italy with the squad following three games out with a muscle problem.
Online bookmakers Bwin make Juventus 1.34 favourites to win on the night, with Celtic offered at 8.75. The draw is priced at 4.75.
Bookmakers Bet365 make Juventus 1/1000 to progress to the quarter-finals, with Celtic available at 100/1.