CELTIC will play their first competitive home game of the season this week in the return leg of their Champions League qualifier against FK Sarajevo.

Neil Lennon's side have a 3-1 lead ahead of the second leg at Parkhead as they plot a route to the Champions League group stages.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of the match.

Where is the game being played?

The second leg of the qualifier will be played at Celtic Park.

What time is kick-off?

The match will get underway at 7.45pm this evening.

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Is it on TV?

The match will be broadcast on Celtic TV to subscribers outside of the UK and Ireland.

What are Celtic's chances of winning?

After seeing off Sarajevo fairly comfortably in the away leg, it will come as little surprise to learn that Celtic are the clear favourites for the home tie. Lennon's team are around 1/6 to win the match, while the visitors can be backed at around 16/1.

What's the latest team news?

There are a couple of issues for Lennon ahead of the Sarajevo match. Kieran Tierney and Tom Rogic will not feature,.

Boli Bolingoli had initially been considered a doubt after coming off injured in Celtic's 3-1 win in the first-leg, but Neil Lennon confirmed earlier this week he'll be in the squad.

Mikey Johnston and Maryan Shved have been ruled out for Lennon's side. New signing Christopher Jullien could play after making his first appearance for Celtic in their goalless draw with Stade Rennais on Saturday - while Lewis Morgan could be handed a start after an impressive cameo appearance in Sarajevo.