FINDING value last week when Celtic visited Belfast was tough – and it's the same tonight.
I fancied Brendan Rodgers's side to win by three but they fell a goal short.
The Scots romped into a 2-0 lead but that's how it stayed thanks to a combo of poor finishing and great goalkeeping by Roy Carroll.
Bookies have set the handicap mark at -3 and I expect the Parkhead side to make it this time in front of their own fans who will demand nothing but a 100 per cent in what should be a white-hot atmosphere.
Sinclair is 31-10 with McBookie to score first while Moussa Dembele is 13-5. Leigh Griffiths started instead of the Frenchman at Windsor Park but could miss out and UEFA are investigating whether he sparked crowd trouble after tying a Celtic scarf to the goalpost on the final whistle.
There is no love lost between the sets of supporters and bookings could be a play with Celtic having five booked in the first leg. Buy bookings if you can find a price.
Sinclair to score first