Celtic will take on FC Copenhagen in the second leg of the last 32 of the UEFA Europa League tonight at Celtic Park.

The first encounter between the two sides last week ended in a 1-1 draw, even though Celtic had plenty of chances to come away with a victory.

Manager Neil Lennon admitted that he was disappointed that his team only scored one goal, especially after having 15 shots in the match.

On the other hand, they could consider themselves lucky not to have emerged with a defeat after goalkeeper Fraser Forster saved a penalty to spare their blushes.

Lennon’s men will have the home advantage this time and should be confident of booking a spot in the last 16 of the competition, especially after scoring an away goal.

However, the team needs to be careful and ensure that they do a few things in the right way to avoid any sort of disappointment.

Below, we’ve listed five things that Celtic may have to do this evening in order to advance in the competition.