Tomorrow night Celtic Park will be rocking as the fans look to do their bit as Celtic approach the final Champions League hurdle.
By this time next week we’ll be almost certain of our place in Europe, whether it be Europa or Champions League football. Tomorrow’s game against Hapoel Be’er Sheva is going to be the toughest test to daye for Rodgers invigorated side and they are desperate to rise to it.
Celtic have been handed a major boost with Erik Sviatchenko back in contention for the first leg. While he may not start the game, the defender could play his part in the fixture. With O’Connell playing well in the role since his injury it would be a big call to drop the youngster for Erik who won’t be match sharp just yet.
It’s hard to see a scenario where Scott Sinclair WON’T play a big part in proceedings. If Celtic’s new midfielder continues his good form then you wouldn’t bet against the bhoys bagging a couple of vital goals.
As always not conceding an away goal will be of paramount importance, a fact which will see Celtic look to control the game and not quite go for the jugular even if they do lead in the tie.
An early goal will put everyone a lot more at ease. The Celtic fans have spent the past two seasons watching Celtic fail to make the grade so their trepidation and nervousness could disappear if Celtic start brightly.
It’s going to be an important night in Celtic Park and we urge anyone who hasn’t got a ticket for the game tomorrow to get onto www.celticfc.net/tickets and book your place in Paradise.
We’ll see you there!