Celtic will face FC Copenhagen in the second-leg of their Europa League Last 32 tie on Thursday evening, and it’s all to play for at Celtic Park.

Odsonne Edouard opened the scoring in the first-leg courtesy of a silky chip over ‘keeper Karl-Johan Johnsson 14 minutes in, securing a vital away goal and putting the Hoops in the driving seat.

The Danish champions came out fighting in the second half and their pressure paid-off as striker Dame N’Doye fired his shot past Fraser Forster.

Fifteen minutes from full-time and things could’ve gone sour for the Hoops had it not been for Forster.

The hosts were awarded a penalty after VAR showed that the ball made contact with Ryan Christie’s hand but Forster was the hero once more for Lennon’s men as he denied the Danes from scoring.

Christie was booked for the handball, meaning he’s suspended for the second-leg.

Neil Lennon also confirmed that Olivier Ntcham, who missed Sunday’s 3-1 win over Kilmarnock, remains out injured.

There was good news, however, as captain Scott Brown is match fit as is winger James Forrest.

Without sounding overly confident, we feel as if Copenhagen are there for the taking.

Our first-half display last week proved we are capable of fluid, attacking football and getting in their faces.

Stale Solbakken’s side had to settle for a 1-1 draw with bottom-of-the-table Silkeborg at the weekend, which shows they have weaknesses we are very much capable of exposing.

The Scottish champions remain unbeaten in 2020 and boast an impressive record at home in the UEL this season, having won all three of their group stage games at Celtic Park (2-0 v Cluj, 2-1 v Lazio and 3-1 v Stade Rennes).

Here’s hoping Thursday night spells another magical, and memorable, European night.

Here is how we think Lennon will line up the Hoops.