Celtic will play their first competitive fixture of this 2019/20 year on Tuesday when they visit Bosnia-Herzegovina in confront FK Sarajevo at the Champions League qualifiers. The conflict will observe the Scottish players perform two-legs in a bid to become emerging from the group stages for its 2019/2020 tournament.
The very first of what they hope would soon be four Champions League qualifying ties send Neil Lennon’s side into uncharted territory to them along with also a very first visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The nation’s champions FK Sarajevo signify a step up from previous year’s competitors at this point, Alashkert of Armenia, that had been disposed of with minimal fuss.
“The Giants” acquired their very first Bosnian name in four years last season and their fourth overall because they seem to end the nation’s wait for team point representation, with also lifted the cup to procure a first twice in the club’s history.
Sarajevo: Left-back Selmir Pedro and midfielder Milos Stanojevic both seem set to lose out on the initial leg against that the Hoops because of trauma. Sarajevo augmented their defensive choices in the past week by incorporating former Bosnia-Herzegovina Under-21 left-back Bojan Celtic,
Celtic: Wantaway Olivier Ntcham is not in Bosnia afterward he had been given additional time after the Under-21 Euros. Celtic have traveled with no center midfielder Olivier Ntcham, that was around European Under-21 Championship responsibility with France, and Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney, who’s recovering from hernia surgery.