NEIL LENNON and his Celtic side have landed in Estonia ahead of their second leg against Kalju Tuesday evening.

The Irishman has the luxury of being able to begin the process of bleeding in new players to the side because of the thumping 5-0 aggregate score line. The biggest winner from the result at Celtic Park last week will be Christopher Jullian who has been told he WILL make his competitive debut for Celtic tomorrow night against the Estonian Champions.

Celtic are on a collision course with either Cluj or Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the next round of the competition and the hope will be Jullian can bed into the side quickly ahead of those potential ties.

The bhoys will have to do a professional job against Kalju and prove they can play with the same intensity as the first leg.

Another victory would be a great boost.


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