Celtic have served us well in recent times and I fancy them for a comfortable win tonight against Rosenborg.
Armenian champions Alashkert provided little resistance in the last round and the Bhoys will again be confident of progressing through the second qualifying round of the Champions League.
Rosenborg have been a steady team in the past but Norwegian football’s decline has hurt them and they only just made it past Icelandic outfit Valur in the opening qualifier.
These two met at this stage last year, playing out a stalemate at Parkhead before a James Forrest strike separated them in Trondheim.
After shaking off some of their rustiness against Alashkert, I think there is more to come from Celtic and can see them winning with a clean sheet.
Stage 17 has the potential to be the most entertaining of this year’s Tour de France, with its length of 65km suggesting it will be explosive from the start.
All the major contenders kept their cards close to their chest on Tuesday but, with two first category climbs before a hors categorie finish, Team Sky’s overall strength should be a huge advantage as they look to almost turn the race into a team time-trial.
Geraint Thomas currently wears yellow but the steepness of the closing Col du Portet really suits team-mate Froome and, having won on the Zoncolan in the Giro d’Italia, a late dig from the four-time winner might well see him cross the line first.
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