CELTIC have the slightest of advantages going into Tuesday night's Champions League qualifier against Romania's CFR Cluj.

Neil Lennon's side drew the first leg 1-1 away from home, with James Forrest cancelling out Mario Rondon's first-half opener.

Celtic are currently leading the tie on away goals, but supporters will be hoping that the Parkhead side can book their plsce in the final play-off round with a win over the Romanian champions tonight.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of kick-off.

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What time does it start?

The game will get under way at 7:45pm on Tuesday night.

Where is it being played?

The match will take place at Celtic Park.

Is it on TV?

Yes. Celtic TV will be broadcasting the match live and all subscribers can tune in, regardless of what country they are in.

What are the pre-match odds?

Celtic are the heavy favourites to progress and set up a tie with Czech champions Slavia Prague, and can be backed at around 8/13. If you fancy Cluj to cause an upset, then most bookies are offering odds of around 9/2.

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What's the latest team news?

Celtic are looking pretty fit as it stands with injured trio Mikey Johnston, Jozo Simunovic all confirmed fit by Lennon earlier in the week. Vakoun Issouf Bayo - who was on the bench at Fir Park on Saturday - could appear as a substitute, while Boli Bolingoli is expected to start as a substitute.