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Actually Celtic drew 1-1 in their first leg trip to Romania last week, but will they follow that up by claiming a win at Celtic Park
Meanwhile, Celtic are returning home to a ground where they have a fine record.
With their last qualifying loss here coming in 2014, we suspect that the Bhoys will finish the job on Tuesday night.
Celtic know that the pressure is on in their bid to land a place in the Champions League proper.
The hosts have an odd situation where everything is riding on their campaign in the qualifiers.
While they are enjoying their current spell of domestic success, the ease with which they’ve dominated in Scotland has raised the stakes in Europe.
This is the only area where Celtic can progress, so it would be huge for Neil Lennon to inspire this side to the group stage after Brendan Rodgers fell short last term.
The visitors are returning as champions of Romania, having built their run in this competition with some strong results at home.
Cluj beat both Astana and Maccabi Tel Aviv in home legs in order to make it this far
but the fact that they came up short against Celtic could point to problems for them in the second leg.
They were without key duo Emmanuel Culio and Michael Pereira in their first leg, with both potentially missing out on Tuesday.
Without them, Cluj would be in an even worse position than their current away record suggests.
Just two wins in nine trips in Europe suggests that the visitors won’t adapt on the road.
Manager Dan Petrescu is trying to use his profile in the British media to play some mind games, suggesting that the Bhoys get an easy ride at home from European referees.
However, there seems to be a bit of fear coming through the Cluj boss, especially with this side being limited in squad options and hit by injuries.
Meanwhile, Celtic have a strong home record in Europe. They’ve won four of their last five in this competition at Celtic Park.
They won three of five here in the Europa League last term as they went to the first knockout round
Also Cluj head to Glasgow capped by UEFA after FFP issues, so they’re bringing a limited squad while sweating over some injury doubts.