Celtic welcome Italian giants AC Milan to Glasgow on Thursday evening, with both clubs looking to get off to a winning start in their Europa League group.
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The Bhoys will be keen to bounce back from Saturday’s derby loss to Rangers. Neil Lennon’s side failed to test Steven Gerrard’s men, with the Gers running out 2-0 winners.
AC Milan, meanwhile, have enjoyed a stunning start to the new Serie A campaign.
They are one of just two sides in Europe’s top five leagues to have a 100% record, with both them and Aston Villa winning all four of their matches so far.
Stefano Pioli’s outfit head to Scotland in fine form, and will be out to prove a point in this season’s competition.
They were banned from European competition last year, serving a one-year ban for breaching UEFA’s financial fair play rules.
The visitors will, however, be without one of their star players. Midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu is out with an ankle injury suffered in training on Tuesday.
But their worries are minor compared to Celtic’s. Lennon’s men will be without main striker Odsonne Edouard, who still has to pass final tests after testing positive for coronavirus.
Hatim Elhamed and Nir Biton are also missing with coronavirus issues, with Christopher Julien and James Forrest both injured.
One major positive for the Hoops is the return of Ryan Christie, while left-back Diego Laxalt looks set to face up against his parent club.
Milan are currently 17/20 to come out on top against Celtic on Thursday.
The hosts have been given odds of 19/5 to win the game, with a draw currently available at 11/4.
The sides have met ten times, with the Italians recording six wins. Celtic have won just once, with Milan winning both times in their 2013/14 Champions League group stage meetings.
Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic already has five goals in three matches this season.
He is currently 16/5 to score first on Thursday.
His team-mate Ante Rebic is available at 9/2.
And Celtic’s Albian Ajeti can be backed at 9/1 to net the game’s opener.
Both teams to score has been given odds of 10/11.