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Celtic visit Rome for their Lazio reverse after victory at Parkhead a fortnight ago. A point is perhaps the best they can hope for and would leave Celtic well placed in the section. Charlie Nicholas tips Lazio to beat Celtic after 'lucky' first clash and makes Rangers vs Porto prediction They've got plenty of stars to cause Celtic trouble and, if Neil Lennon's men aren't defensively sound, will do so. PODCAST: Can Celtic record a Europa League win over Lazio tonight? There may not be many out there giving Neil Lennon's side much of a chance in the Stadio Olimpico tonight, but I fancy them to come away with something.
They have injury concerns, particularly at left-back with Boli Bolingoli not travelling to Rome, but either Greg Taylor or Jonny Hayes are able stand-ins. And what will give Celtic hope is the fact that they have shown themselves to be more than a match for anyone in the group. Lazio threat stretches way beyond Immobile, warns Kris Ajer as Celtic touch down in Rome Celtic will be in for a tough match against Lazio in Rome tonight. Not only will Lazio be gunning for revenge after leaving Parkhead with nothing the last time these two sides faced, but they also need a win to stay in the qualification mix which will add extra incentive. Mohamed Elyounoussi and Odsonne Edouard are obvious threats and Neil Lennon's men remain unbeaten in five of their away matches in Europe so far, which will give them confidence going into the game.
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Neil Lennon's side sit top of Group G and can eliminate the Serie A giants with victory in the Stadio Olimpico. But the Hoops have never triumphed on Italian soil and Simone Inzaghi's side will have revenge on their minds after being stunned by a late Christopher Jullien winner a fortnight ago. Celtic will be up against it in Rome against a powerful Lazio side which might still be wondering how it managed to leave Glasgow with nothing from the first leg. A point in Italy would represent another massive result for Neil Lennon and his players. Celtic are going to find it tough against a fired-up Lazio side. Neil Lennon's men are unbeaten in five matches away from home in Europe this term, but Rome offers the biggest challenge yet against a host side who simply have to win to stay in the qualification mix. Celtic will be edged out in a cracker at the Stadio Olimpico. But Lazio will be out for revenge and showed enough in Glasgow to suggest they'll cause the Hoops problems going forward. Simone Inzaghi's side desperately need a win in the group and they should have enough about them to get it. Beating Simone Inzaghi's side in Glasgow was an outstanding achievement and should ultimately prove to be enough to see Celtic progress next month. Celtic have never won in Italy before but this is the time Neil Lennon's men end that run. Despite falling behind at Celtic Park, they fought back to beat Lazio deservedly and Fraser Forster proved his worth again. A nervy night but a win in the end for Celtic. We may well witness an even more menacing Lazio side at the Stadio Olimpico than the one we watched in Glasgow. Still, Celtic are going to have their work cut out but somewhere in Rome an Italian journalist will be writing the same thing about Lazio. Lazio are a side built to score goals while Celtic stuck steadfastly to their own attacking principles in the reverse fixture, even as the Italians threatened, yet failed, to put them to the sword. Lazio 2 Celtic 2 Where to watch Lazio vs Celtic tonight – on TV or via a live stream Celtic are in action at the Stadio Olimpico this afternoon, where they'll face a Lazio side that's flying high in Serie A but not doing quite so well in Europe. Here's how you can watch today's Lazio vs Celtic clash on TV or online − it's an early kick-off. Lazio vs Celtic kick-off time Lazio vs Celtic TV channel BT has exclusive broadcast rights for the Europa League in the UK, and Lazio vs Celtic is being shown on BT Sport 3. How to live stream Lazio vs Celtic − even if you're not in the UK If you're a BT customer but you're away on holiday or business and worried that you might not be able to access BT Sport, a common workaround is to use a VPN – and our guide to the best VPNs is the obvious place to get started choosing the one that's right for you. Lazio vs Celtic − Match preview The Bhoys come into tonight's game at the top of Group E, but FC Cluj, who play Rennes tonight, are breathing down the Scottish champions' necks. It could be a strange atmosphere in the Stadio Olimpico tonight, as sections of the stadium have been closed because of repeated incidents of racist behaviour from the Lazio supporters. A new video has emerged of fighting between Celtic and Lazio fans in Rome after two fans of the Scottish club were stabbed last night. The incident happened outside the Flann O'Brien pub in Rome on Wednesday night with Celtic playing Lazio in a Europa League clash at the Stadio Olimpico tonight. It was confirmed last night that two Celtic fans had been stabbed – Italian police said the injured pair were taken to hospital for treatment. Celtic had issued safety advice to fans amid tensions after a match between the clubs in Glasgow last month. A Celtic spokesman said: "We can confirm that two fans have been injured after being stabbed last night. The Glasgow club and Lazio were charged by Uefa over "illicit chants" heard during their Europa League match on October 24.