WE saw the good and bad from Celtic last week – now we want the hungry.
Neil Lennon's men ruled the first half in Copenhagen but only a late Fraser Forster save allowed them to leave on level terms.
Odsonne Edouard's away goal gives Celtic the edge but the Hoops will be without Ryan Christie tonight and that's a blow.
However, I saw enough last week to convince me the Scots are the stronger of the two sides and should progress to the last 16 – and join Rangers in the draw after their wonderful win at Braga.
Celtic have won all four EL home ties – including Lazio – and are 4-9 at McBookie
Stale Solbakken's side have lost five out of eight on the road and a 1-1 draw at relegation-threatened Silkeborg on Sunday was their latest slip-up.
Edouard's been a star turn recently and it's difficult to look past him for first scorer at 16-5 at McBookie.
If Celtic make the kind of start they did in Denmark Celtic HT/Celtic FT should land at 13-10 with Coral.
No bigger than 1-2
Elsewhere Man United welcome a fairly limited Brugge on level terms and should complete the job.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are no bigger than 1-2 with bet365 that's fine on accas.
Wolves are through after beating Espanyol 4-0 at home and Arsenal will join them after a 1-0 win at Olympiakos.
The Gunners are beginning to motor under Mikel Arteta and are unbeaten in 2020. Again they're short at 1-2 but take a treble with Celtic and Man United and it pays 12-5.
Elsewhere there should be goals at Salzburg v Eintracht, Porto v Bayer and LASK v AZ. A both to score treble pays 3-1 at bet365.
Top Treble (all 8pm)
- Man Utd
- (12-5, Marathonbet)