Gary Hooper will be keen to get among the goals in the second leg.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon accepts that the pressure is off his side as they prepare for Today's Champions League clash in Turin against Juventus.
The runaway SPL leaders crashed to a 3-0 home defeat in the first leg of their last-16 clash last month, but Lennon hopes his team can salvage some pride in the second game and has not ruled out the possibility of his side winning in Italy.
Celtic are 10.00 to win the second leg, with Gary Hooper available at 10.00 to open the scoring, while Juventus can be backed at 10.00 to win this season's Champions League.
Lennon said: "We're capable of winning the game and that's what we'd like to do. The pressure's really off. We'll try to restore some respectability in the tie. However, to qualify would take a minor miracle.
"Trying not to concede a goal after two or three minutes would help and get a foothold in the game. If we can create as many chances as we did at Celtic Park then we should have a great night.
"We've got plenty of players who can give Juventus a problem but we need to start the game well."
Celtic will be without injured trioTony Watt, Scott Brown and Mikael Lustig, but Charlie Mulgrew travelled to Italy after missing the last three games with a muscle problem.
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