Celtic return to Champions League group stages on Tuesday night when they take on moneybags Paris Saint-Germain at Celtic Park.

PSG have never won the competition and reached the quarter-finals of the competition in four of the last five years, losing out agonisingly 6-5 on aggregate to Barcelona in the round of 16 last season.

Both sides won their domestic away matches on Friday night, with Unai Emery’s team winning 5-1 and Celtic beating Hamilton 4-1.

Brendan Rodgers will be hoping to upset the odds and build upon their impressive performances against Manchester City and away to Borussia Monchengladbach in last years group stages.

The French side have be widely criticised after securing deals to sign Neymar and Mbappe worth nearly £400 million and are under investigation from UEFA for breaching financial fair play rules.

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Patrick Roberts was seen limping at full-time on Friday night after suffering from cramp but will be fit to play against PSG.

Leigh Griffiths is fit to play after he missed Friday’s game against Hamilton with a calf injury.

Erik Sviatchenko returned to Denmark on Sunday for a week as he continues to recover from a knee injury of his own.

Dedryck Boyata returned to training after suffering from knee injury but won’t feature against PSG meaning Nir Bitton will likely start.

Moussa Dembele has been out since Celtic’s first leg qualifier tie at Windsor Park against Linfield and won’t be fit enough to play against his former club.

Eboue Kouassi underwent surgery after picking up an ankle injury in the League Cup against Kilmarnock and remains out.

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Star winger Angel Di Maria is out with a thigh injury he sustained over the international break.

Captain Thiago Silva also picked up a knock on international duty and was on the bench for Friday’s win over Metz but will likely return to the starting line up.

Javier Pastore is also out, while Hatem Ben Arfa is ineligible.

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