Celtic host Roberto Mancini’s Zenit St. Petersburg in the UEFA Europa League last-32 first leg this evening.
The match will be shown live on BT Sport 2 from 7.30pm with live streaming on BTSport.com and via the BT Sport App.
Defeated in all three of their home games in the UEFA Champions League group stage, Celtic face the difficult task of reversing their European fortunes in Glasgow against a Zenit side that amassed more UEFA Europa League points and goals in the autumn than any of the other 47 participating teams en route to qualifying for the round of 32.
Celtic required only three points to take third place in their UEFA Champions League section whereas Zenit chalked up 16, scoring 17 goals, in topping UEFA Europa League Group L ahead of fellow qualifiers Real Sociedad.
BT will also air Arsenal’s visit to the Jamtkraft Arena to face Ostersund from 5.30pm this evening on BT Sport 3.
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