The French giants have won all four of their European games so far without conceding a goal. In those four outings , hey not only defeated Bayern Munich 3-0 at home, but won 5-0 against the Scottish champions in Glasgow.
In order for Celtic to get anything from the game they will have to play with at least the same intensity and quality that they showed in an unfortunate loss to Bayern last time out, something club captain Scott Brown acknowledges, saying: “We've got to play together as a team and probably play one of the best games of our life to be perfectly honest.”
Brendan Rodgers has switched systems in recent weeks, going from 3-4-2-1 to 4-2-3-1, but he may opt for the former option against PSG to provide his side with extra defensive solidity.
He could be boosted by the return of key central defender Jozo Šimunović from injury, though the player may continue to be rested on the substitutes’ bench.
Another key man Celtic could welcome back is Patrick Roberts. The English winger has been out since the 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock in Scottish Premiership action, but may be available for selection once again.
However, Rodgers may not need him from the start considering the way James Forrest has been playing of late. The versatile wide man can operate as a wing-back or a winger in either of the two aforementioned systems, meaning he should start.
Kick off for Celtic’s clash with PSG is set for 7:45 pm, and the match will be televised on BT Sport 3.
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