Former Celtic and Hearts midfielder Paul Hartley reckons the Hoops will defeat Copenhagen in tonight’s Europa League second leg showdown.
The Glasgow side drew 1-1 in last Thursday’s match-up in Denmark.
However, as it stands the Hoops will go through if they can at least keep a clean sheet.
Since Celtic came back from their Winter break the squad have been on fine form.
Last Thursday’s draw was the only game from 11 that Celtic haven’t walked away winners.
What has changed?
Hartley has praised Lennon for making that crucial formation change.
Lennon’s 3-5-2 switch has directly enhanced his clubs form in the second part of this season.
Its still a 50/50 chance that Brown will make the crunch tie.
Hartley still reckons without their fearless captain, the Bhoys will managed to win.
“Changing their system to 3-5-2 seems to have suited them so, especially with that crowd behind them, I’d expect them to win. Losing their captain – if Scott Brown does miss out – would be a big blow but they have enough quality in their squad to bring someone else in without losing too much.”Hartley