It's Champions League matchday two and Celtic entertain Lazio in a crucial encounter.

A win for Brendan Rodgers men will throw the Scottish champions back in the Group E mix after an opening night 2-0 defeat away to Feyenoord in Rotterdam.

Celtic don't have to delve deep into their history books for this clash as Neil Lennon's men claimed the Romans scalp home and away in the Europa League group stage back in 2019.

Christopher Jullien and Olivier Ntcham were Celtic's last-gasp match-winning heroes on those two respective occasions.

Celtic captain Callum McGregor believes the preset team can draw inspiration from the class of four years ago.

McGregor said: "The big man (Christopher Jullien) gets a header on it for a brilliant late winner. The place was rocking, the atmosphere was great. It was an amazing night. Obviously, we then went and repeated it a few weeks later in Rome.

“We need to try and reproduce that type of performance, draw on that type of energy, especially from the crowd at home. Everyone has to play well. You need a bit of luck, you need your goalkeeper to make big saves. You just need the perfect storm really.

“That’s what you need. Especially at this level. You need to play with personality. It’s about trying to stay calm, sticking to your structures and knowing you can score goals and defend properly. That was the perfect example of it.”

A repeat performance would do nicely for Rodgers side in Glasgow and Rome.

Meanwhile, the Italians don't have their problems to seek with Maurizio Sarri claiming his side is beset with injuries.

Lazio have won just two of their seven Serie A matches this season and are currently occupying 16th place in the Serie A table and Sarri has also been involved in a public war of words with president Claudio Lotito over the club's transfer business this summer.

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None of that is Celtic's concern on another huge European night for the men in green and white.

Can Japanese striker Kyogo Furuhashi finally end his Champions League group stage scoring drought?

Will Luis Palma get the nod to start after opening his Celtic account against Motherwell at the weekend?

Is this a must-win match for Celtic?

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