The Hoops are back in European action as they prepare to face FC Copenhagen in the first-leg of their last-32 tie – and Neil Lennon’s men look in fine shape ahead of Thursday’s crunch tie.

Denmark’s capital city will play host to this week’s match, with the home side looking to brush off the cobwebs having been out of competitive action since mid-December. Ståle Solbakken’s side returned to league action on Friday though and suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat to second-bottom Esbjerg; not the Valentine’s Day romance story they would’ve hoped for.

Celtic have really turned on the style in 2020, having won all nine of their games since returning from their winter training camp in Dubai. Players such as Mohamed Elyounoussi and Nir Bitton have returned from injury and featured recently – a big boost given the team’s recent injury worries.

Jeremie Frimpong returned to the match-day squad for the weekend’s win over Aberdeen, so could be a starting contender for Thursday granted he’s fit.

Lennon has opted for a different approach recently with a 3-5-2 formation, though he may decide to switch things up with a back-four for Thursday’s fixture.

Here’s how we think the Hoops starting XI will look for the game.