The curtain will come down on Celtic’s Champions League campaign on Tuesday night with the visit of Anderlecht.

I would expect to see a stronger Anderlecht side in Glasgow than the one that was on display over in Brussels.

But at the same time I fully expect Celtic to see this one out.

You can look at the group stages and accept that there is a need to do better against the top teams – as difficult as that is. However, the main objective for Celtic this season was always to get out of the group and into the Europa League after Christmas.

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They remain on course for that and I can’t see them failing to cement that place on Tuesday night.

And while I think that Anderlecht will want to show a bit of fight, I’d fancy Celtic to win the game.

Their performance over in Brussels back in October was one of the best away European performances for Celtic in the competition and while it is never easy losing heavily as they have done to PSG and Bayern, they can take a lot from their participation in this season’s group stages.

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It is a campaign that has been marred by injury issues throughout and Tuesday looks like being no different.

Moussa Dembele is in a race to be fight for this one will Patrick Roberts will sit out.

That aspect of it has been frustrating because there has rarely been a chance to pick from a full squad.