The Bhoys have travelled to Norway for the second leg of their Europa Conference League tie. Celtic trail Bodo/Glimt 3-1 ahead of today’s return leg in Norway; Ange Postecoglou will not change their approach; they will not train at the Aspmyra Stadium ahead of the match; there are no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game.

Ange Postecoglou said midweek for the 20th time that he will not change his philosophy as they look to overturn a 3-1 deficit against Bodo/Glimt to progress in the Europa Conference League.

Celtic have a huge battle on their hands to head into the next round as they look to inflict Bodo’s first defeat at the Aspmyra Stadium since the start of July and will need to win by a few goals.

Tonight’s lineup will be interesting, does Ange throw everything at tonight’s game or does he accept the odds are stacked against him and hold players back for a trip to Easter Road on Sunday?

We don’t have to wait any longer because the teams are out and this is how the Celts line up:

It is hard not to think with that team selection that Ange is not more focused on Sunday’s visit to Easter Road and he sees this tie as done. Not that he won’t be asking his starting eleven to go and get a result but with McGregor, Hatate, Juranovic and CCV on the bench we can make assumptions.


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