Celtic take on Romanian champions CFR Cluj tonight in the first leg of their Champions League qualifying tie.
Cluj edged past Maccabi Tel Aviv in the second qualifying round to set up a meeting with the Scottish giants.
Czech champions Slavia Prague await the winners in the play-off round as Celtic and Cluj strive to reach the group stages of Europe’s elite competition.
Celtic thumped St Johnstone 7-0 at home in Saturday’s Scottish Premiership opener and will be confident ahead of their trip to Cluj-Napoca.
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CFR Cluj v Celtic: How to listen
The Champions League qualifying clash at the Stadionul Dr. Constantin Radulescu will get under way at 7pm on Wednesday, August 7.
Full commentary with Alex Crook and David Connolly will be live on talkSPORT 2, with our coverage getting under way at 6pm.
To tune into all the build-up and commentary, just click here for the live stream or click the radio player below.
CFR Cluj v Celtic: What has been said?
Celtic boss Neil Lennon: “We have got a bit of momentum, we had a great result at the weekend.
“All that will give us is a bit of impetus going into the weekend. It will have no real relevance on Wednesday night, but psychologically it’s good for the players to have a win and a performance like that going into such an important game.
“This is a totally different animal. This is Europe, away from home, against the Romanian champions. We are very motivated, obviously, but we are very wary and respectful of the opposition.
“We come here in good form, Cluj are in good form, so I think the tie is pretty even.”
CFR Cluj v Celtic: Confirmed Teams
CFR Cluj: Arluaskis, Burca, Luis Aurelio, Dokovic, Omrani, Deac, Susic, Bordeianu, Camora, Paulo Vinicius, Rondon.
Celtic: Bain, Elhamed, Simunovic, Ajer, Bolingoli, Brown, McGregor, Forrest, Christie, Morgan, Edouard. Subs: Gordon, Jullien, Bitton, Hayes, Ntcham, Shved, Griffiths.