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Valencia will be at home with full confidence playing host to Celtic as both side meet to put up a Stunning matchup
The Visitors, Celtic as well will be traveling to take on Valencia Side and aim to get back home with the best points after both side lock horns
And now, The Spanish side got the better of Brendan Rodgers’s team in Glasgow last week, securing a 2-0 aggregate lead through Denis Cheryshev and Ruben Sobrino.
The Away team, Celtic returned to winning ways at the weekend by beating Kilmarnock, but head to the Mestalla to take on the team responsible for their only defeat in the last nine games.
However, Celtic travel to Valencia looking to maintain their fight for a clean sweep of four trophies.
“It’ll be important to be defensively compact, tight and concentrated. And then when we have the ball we must look to create opportunities. The first goal will be very important,” he told reporters.
“An early goal isn’t very important, it’s more about not giving anything away. Our focus is on bringing our game. If we can get that first goal, that will give the team that extra confidence to go and get another.
“Last week was disappointing and we lost our way a little bit. After any disappointing performance we’ve always tried to analyse it openly and honestly. We had to be concentrated on Sunday to get a result and we eventually did that.
“That’s been the make-up of this group since I came. We can come back again tomorrow night. It’ll be a challenge. If I look at the game and ask if we have a chance – the answer is: Of course, we do. Even if it will be difficult.
Rodrigo Moreno, Cristiano Piccini and Gabriel Paulista are all out injured for Los Che, while Geoffrey Kondogbia and Facundo Roncaglia are suspended for the second leg.
Kieran Tierney has returned to training but remains a doubt for this game having been kept out of the weekend’s win over Kilmarnock. Filip Benkovic, Olivier Ntcham and Tomas Rogic are all still out with injury.
Meanwhile, The runaway Scottish Premiership leaders remain the dominant domestic force and look capable of going for another treble under Brendan Rodgers. However, the continental competition presents a much more arduous test.
And Obviously, After going down 2-0 at home last week, the Scottish side will need a phenomenal display to overcome Marcelino’s men, who are going through a dip in form after drawing their last three La Liga matches.
Therefore, Rodgers will not push his side to go on a relentless attack, as he hopes they remain sensible and wait for their chances,
Possible Celtic starting XI: Bain; Toljan, Simunovic, Boyata, Hayes; Brown, McGregor; Forrest, Christie, Sinclair; Burke.
Possible Valencia starting XI: Domenech; Wass, Garay, Diakhaby, Lato; Soler, Coquelin, Parejo, Cheryshev; Gameiro, Sobrino.