Having been hit for seven in Barcelona, Celtic will hope for a much stronger showing in front of their home support when Manchester City visit Parkhead but they will need to attack the visitors, which will be dangerous.
City got off to a fine start to their Champions League campaign and have maintained a 100% record under Pep Guardiola to now, playing some excellent football along the way.
The away side simply has far too much firepower for a weak Celtic defence, though the hosts do have the potential to cause some problems of their own at the other end. Naija and Bet
Top scorer Leigh Griffiths is back available following injury but faces competition for a starting berth from Moussa Dembele, who scored twice in a 6-1 win at the weekend.
Former Manchester City man Scott Sinclair scored in his sixth successive league game to start the season and will want to prove a point against his old club, though Dedryck Boyata has been denied a chance to face City through injury.
Dorus de Vries picked up a chest injury at the weekend and is a doubt, with Craig Gordon in line to replace to veteran keeper, while Patrick Roberts is ineligible to face his parent club.
Captain Vincent Kompany is injured yet again, and will be joined on the sidelines over the international break by compatriot Kevin De Bruyne, who went off at the weekend with a hamstring injury.
The Belgian will likely be replaced by either summer signing Nolito or Leroy Sane.
The Spaniard has rotated in the full-back positions at times but Sagna and Kolarov seem to be favoured over Zabaleta and Clichy respectively.
Man City have kept a clean sheet in 5 of their last 6 UEFA Champions League matches .
Man City have won their last 3 UEFA Champions League matches .
Celtic have conceded at least 2 goals in their last 3 matches UEFA Champions League.