Celtic face Shakhtar Donetsk in UEFA Champions League Group F on Tuesday, October 25.
Scotland, the core of the group, ended their hopes of qualifying for the UEFA Europa League with their first win of the campaign. Celtic face Shakhtar Donetsk in UEFA Champions League Group F on Tuesday 25 October.
The Scottish side, who form the core of the group, end their hopes of qualifying for the UEFA Europa League with their first win of the campaign. Meanwhile, Shakhtar is third in the group with five points from four matches but could be second on all three points on Tuesday.
Igor Jovivic took charge of the week in the Ukrainian Premier League, beating Kolos Kovalivka 3-0.
Celtic have been in fine form in recent weeks and will be looking to build on their form to secure their first Champions League title of the season. But they have had a decent campaign and face Shakhtar, who can move up to second on all three points. Ukraine needs to end a losing streak at Celtic Park and keep a share of the spoils.
Celtic 2-2 Shakhtar Donetsk
In this match, the result is split down the middle, and “Celtic” and “Shakhtar” have won 2 of the previous 5 meetings.
In the last meeting on September 14, the trophy ended in a 1-1 draw. Shakhtar is unbeaten in 3 matches and has 2 wins and 1 draw.
Celtic have won three of their competitions since losing 2-0 to Leipzig on Tuesday 11 October. Shakhtar lost 1-0 at Celtic Park in November 2004 and 2-1 in November 2007.
Celtic predicted starting lineup:
Hart; Juranovic, Carter-Vickers, Jenz, Taylor; O’Riley, Mooy, Hatate; Haksabanovic, Abada, Furuhashi
Shakhtar Donetsk predicted starting lineup:
Trubin; Taylor, Bondar, Kryvtsov, Mykhaylichenko; Stepanenko; Zubkov, Bondarenko, Sudakov, Mudryk; Traore
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