Celtic’s 3-0 win over Dundee was only on Saturday although it is not long before the Bhoys are back in action. A trip to Rotterdam in the Champions League lies in wait for Brendan Rodgers’ men on Tuesday, and ahead of the match, CeltsAreHere tells you all you need to know.
Where and When
Celtic will play Feyenoord this Tuesday the 19th of September at 8 pm UK time. The match will take place at de Kuip in Rotterdam.
Who Is In Charge?
For Celtic’s first European match of the season, there will be officials from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, and Croatia. Referee Irfan Peljto, his two assistants Senad Ibrisimbegović and Davor Beljo, and fourth official Milos Gigovic are from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Alper Ulusoy from Turkey is on VAR duties, and he will be assisted by Croatian Ivan Bebek.
TV and Stream
Tuesday night’s game will be live on TNT Sports 1. Audio description is also available on Celtic TV.
From Saturday’s game against Dundee, there are next to no changes in terms of availability. Maik Nawrocki, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Stephen Welsh, Liel Abada, Yuki Kobayashi, and Marco Tilio all remain out.
Nat Phillips did come off at half-time at the weekend, but Brendan Rodgers confirmed post-match it was just a precautionary move and that he will be fine for Tuesday. Kyogo is also good to go after getting some work done on his shoulder during the Dundee match where he scored and assisted.
Similar form from the Japanese frontman would be greatly welcomed midweek. Kyogo is yet to break his Champions League duck and Tuesday night’s match presents the 28-year-old with the ideal opportunity to do so.
The game itself will be a tough one for the Celts with Feyenoord on free-scoring form. The Scottish champions, though, have had a few respectable results of late and will be aiming to take three points home from Rotterdam.