Celtic make the trip to Tallinn on Tuesday night to take on Nomme Kalju for the second leg of their Champions League second-round qualifier and the visitors look set to enjoy more success, having thrashed their opponents 5-0 back in Scotland.
With Neil Lennon’s men taking a five-goal advantage to Estonia, qualification is almost assured and the manager may decide to give some of his squad members a run-out with the domestic campaign on the horizon.
Full-back/winger Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo will be eyeing the full 90 minutes after being withdrawn due to illness during the first half of last week’s match, while Mikey Johnston is also in contention for a starting spot.
Celtic’s superior quality was clear to see during that first leg and with Kaliju battling for a top-three spot in their domestic league, it would be no surprise to see a weakened team fielded as hopes of qualification are slim, to say the least.
In arguably the tie of the second qualifying round, Basel welcome PSV to Switzerland with the Dutch outfit holding a slender 3-2 advantage after the first leg at the Philips Stadion.
With the tie finely poised, picking out a winner looks a difficult ask but there will most certainly be goals in the match and over 3.5 goals is a tempting price at odds of 27/20.
Basel have kept just one clean sheet from their last eight home games, which includes friendlies, while PSV have recorded just one shutout from their previous five games on the road.
Dundalk played out a hard-fought 1-1 draw in the first leg on Irish soil but they may find it difficult to get past a Qarabag side that are unbeaten in their last 12 home games.
The Azerbaijan champions have kept six clean sheets in that run but they do face an opposition that has scored in four of their six away Champions League matches.
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