Celtic VS Lincoln Red Imps Live Stream, Preview and Prediction Europe Champions League 2016

Following last week’s embarrassing 1-0 loss Celtic were the laughing stock of Twitter and they will have a massive point to prove when the Gibraltar Champions visit Celtic Park this Wednesday evening. Celtic should realistically brush teams like Lincoln Red Imps aside and it is unthinkable that they will do anything but that.

Celtic got back to winning ways with a 2-1 friendly win over Wolfsburg at the weekend and back on home soil they will see off Lincoln Red Imps. The odds of 1/20 won’t be making anybody rich but if you fancy another upset the best odds for Lincoln Red Imps to beat Celtic are 50/1 at Ladbrokes.

For my first Celtic vs Lincoln Red Imps prediction I am going to bet on Celtic to be leading the match after 15 minutes. They will want to put to bed any thoughts of being knocked out by a team from Gibraltar and an early goal should certainly settle the nerves. The only bookies offering odds for this tip are and it’s 2/1.

As you can tell from this betting preview so far, I am looking at an easy Celtic win here and that brings into play the correct scores around the 3-0, 4-0 and 5-0 mark. It is hard to see the Lincoln Red Imps getting on the scoresheet away from home, and although they defied the odds last week I don’t expect a repeat, my Celtic vs Lincoln Red Imps correct score prediction is for Celtic to win 4-0. The best odds are 11/2 with .

Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko will start against Lincoln Red Imps

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is likely to make changes for the Champions League second qualifying round second leg against Lincoln Red Imps.

The Hoops were surprisingly beaten 1-0 in the first leg in Gibraltar on a night when they struggled to find any rhythm.
Brendan Rodgers insists Celtic won't make the same mistakes in their Champions League second-leg tie against Lincoln Red Imp Imps
Defender Erik Sviatchenko suffered a heavy facial knock in the friendly win over Wolfsburg on Saturday, but will start the match.
Semi-professional team Lincoln Red Imps are confident they can get the right result against Celtic in the second leg of their Champions League qualifier

The Denmark international may be partnered with Mikael Lustig or youngster Kristoffer Ajer in central defence, with Efe Ambrose dropping to the bench.
Why Lincoln Red Imps' return leg of their Champions League qualifier against Celtic will be extra special for striker Lee Casciaro
Stefan Johansen is still recovering from an ankle injury and misses out along with fellow midfielder Nir Bitton.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths is confident they'll beat Lincoln Red Imps despite trailing 1-0 going into the second leg

Back-up goalkeeper Logan Bailly is out for a few months after breaking his ankle as Celtic look to salvage their pride in Glasgow on Wednesday.

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