It's not a case of Mission Impossible but more Mission Improbable for Celtic in the Champions League.

The Scottish champions have already been written off in some quarters as they head to the Civitas Metropolitano Stadium to take on Atletico Madrid on Matchday Four.

The omens aren't good for the Parkhead side, who have kept just one clean sheet in their last 34 UEFA Champions League games.

You have to go back to 2017 when Rodgers' men last recorded an away and a clean sheet when they defeated Anderlecht 3-0 in Belgium. Celtic have been winless in their 13 matches in the competition since that victory with three draws and 10 losses.

Can Celtic reign in Spain and breathe new life into their Group E qualification hopes?

Four years ago Neil Lennon's side triumphed against all the odds as Celtic defeated Lazio in Rome to record their first-ever win in Italy.

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers reckons his men can repeat that dose and register their first-ever win on Spanish soil this time.

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Rodgers said: "We went to the capital [and won], we’re in the capital here.

“We're not daft. We are not out here just to be a support act. Some of the comments made by Diego (Simeone) after the first game, we maybe surprised the other teams we have played because of the intensity and the quality and the football.

"Okay, we might not be in the top European leagues, but we can play to a level that can be dangerous. Clearly, the level is a huge challenge.

"Listen, maybe British teams, not just Scottish teams, may have felt inferior from a technical level, but I don’t think that is the case [with this team]. I think it is just sometimes you are waiting for that result.

"We know this is a game where we want to get a positive result to take into the final two games."

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