Celtic have confirmed their starting line-up to play Sarajevo in the second leg of the Champions League first round qualifier.
The team was announced on the club’s official Twitter account.
#UCL line-up 👊🍀⚪️
📋 Here's our starting XI and subs for #CELFKS.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) July 17, 2019
The big news is that Lewis Morgan gets the nod to start, replacing Mikey Johnston in the only change from the side which played in the first leg.
Huge chance for winger
This is a huge chance for Morgan, in what will probably be his biggest game in a Celtic jersey yet. Neil Lennon must have faith in him. It is up to Morgan to repay that faith.
Kristoffer Ajer is once more right-back for the Hoops, it will be interesting to see if a proper right-back is brought in to the side should the Hoops qualify for the second round.
Team selected more than good enough to get job done
With the Hoops holding a 3-1 lead from the first leg, it would take a truly awful performance for the Hoops not to make it into the second round. Thankfully the team selected by Neil Lennon are more than good enough to get the job done.
Should the Hoops reach the second round, they will face Estonian side Nomme Kalju. Celtic won’t be thinking about that game yet though. Neil Lennon and his players will just want to make sure the Hoops do the job against Sarajevo first.