Celtic host Barcelona at Parkhead in their penultimate group game in this season's Champions League. The hosts suffered a merciless 7-0 spanking in the Nou Camp the last time these sides met and it's hard to see past a victory for the guests this time out either. However, Celtic shouldn't be completely written off. They've always been known to conjure up miraculous European performances on their own turf. The most recent of which came immediately after the 7-0 Barcelona defeat when they managed a 3-3 draw against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City. A return of just a single point from their back to back fixtures against Borussia Monchengladbach was disappointing and they're now in a position where they need to beat both Barcelona and Manchester City away in their remaining fixtures in order to have any chance of qualifying for the knockout stages. Should they fail to qualify for the last 16, a place in the Europa League might still be possible. Where a draw against the likes of Dundalk or Manchester United would be sure to get many Irish football fans excited. (Kick Off: 7.45pm)