Celtic's Europa League campaign begins in Seville on Thursday against an opponent the club's never faced.

Real Betis will enter the match as favourites, having finished sixth in La Liga and boasting an array of continental-renowned talent like Nabil Fekir, William Carvalho and Joaquin.

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Do Celtic go to Spain with the intention of attacking Betis and achieving three points, or will Ange Postecoglou think about being more conservative?

Andy Bargh and Sean Martin look ahead to the match.