Celtic take on Sparta Prague tonight in a win or nothing Europa League clash.

The Hoops fell to a shock defeat against the Czechs earlier this month and now have to win if they want to have any chance of staying in the competition.

Neil Lennon has come under fire by a section of the Celts support ahead of this one, but how will he set up his team? Here Herald and Times Sport has predicted his line-up.

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Scott Bain

Will keep his place in the team with no real pressure coming from Vasilis Barkas at the moment. Will be hoping for a clean sheet.

Hatem Elhamed

Hasn't started a game since last month. Usually perfoms well on the Euro stage so could be given the nod tonight. 

Christopher Jullien

After returning from injury this man could be key in the Hoops backline. The Celtic defence has come under a lot of criticism in recent weeks, so he needs a big performance.

Kristoffer Ajer

Another one who needs a big display. Will be asked to get the ball rolling from the back to set the Hoops on the counter.

Diego Laxalt

Starting to find his feet at Parkhead. Looks solid defensively and is capable of pinpoint deliveries into the box. Preferred to Greg Taylor at the minute.

Scott Brown

The skipper will be in there to ensure Celtic win the key midfield battle. Hasn't risen to the occasion in Europe so far this season, but will be hopeful of putting that right tonight.

Callum McGregor

Will provide energy in the middle of the park and will be in there to link Celtic's defence to their attack. A threat going forward and will be hard working when the Hoops don't have the ball.

Ryan Christie

Has looked Celtic's brightest spark in recent weeks. Will be given a free role to create as much as possible in the final third.

Tom Rogic

Another one who is capable of that little bit of magic that Celtic need right now. Could be a big night for the Aussie with Hoops expected to have a lot of the ball.

Moi Elyounoussi

Will be aiming to build on his recent run of form agaisnt the Czechs. Can play a wide role or through the middle if need be.

Odsonne Edouard

With Leigh Griffiths out injured expect this man to start. Scored against Hibs at the weekend, but can he do it on the European stage tonight? Neil Lennon will be hoping so.

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