The Scottish giants came close to securing their spot in the last 16 before losing in Portugal but will be hopeful of getting a result against opponents who are already out
Matthews, Ambrose, Wilson, Lustig
Ledley, Kayal, Commons, Mulgrew
Insaurralde, Suchy, Pareja, Kombarov
Carioca, De Zeeuw
McGeady, Kallstrom, Jurado
Celtic are currently without Scott Brown, who is sidelined with a hip injury, whilst Victor Wanyama is also unavailable through suspension after picking up a yellow card in the recent 2-1 loss to Benfica.
As for the visitors, Valeri Karpin is likely to freshen up the side from the starting XI that lost 4-2 at home to Zenit St Petersburg in their last match. Juan Manuel Insaurralde and ex-Celtic man Aiden McGeady were both used substitutes in that match and could start.
Demy de Zeeuw may also come in, possibly as an extra midfielder in place of one of their two strikers - Artem Dzyuba and Emmauel Emenike, with the Nigerian most likely to keep his place given his excellent scoring record in the competition so far.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Celtic are currently top of the SPL having taken 28 points from their 15 matches.
- The Scottish giants' last three Champions League games have finished 2-1 - a win and loss against Barcelona, and a defeat in their last match against Benfica
- The hosts won this competition back in 1967, beating Inter Milan 2-1 in the final in Lisbon.
- Spartak Moscow currently sit eighth in the Russian Premier League table, having taken 29 points from their 18 matches.
- Emmanel Emenike (pictured right) has an impressive goalscoring record in this season’s Champions League, having netted three goals in his five appearances.
- Ex-Valencia boss Unai Emery lasted six months at the club before his recent axing following a poor run of results.