Celtic will play the second leg of the Champions League play-offs in Kazakhstan tomorrow in what can be described as a ‘hostile’ stadium.

The Bhoys will know what to expect having played at the same venue last season, and came away from Central Asia with a credible 1-1, setting us up nicely for the second leg which we won 2-1.

However, at 4.30 GMT tomorrow, the Hoops will kick-off with what should be an unsalable five goal lead courtesy of a fantastic performance from Brendan’s Bhoys at Celtic Park last Wednesday night.

Of course the manager will not be resting on his laurels, and will set his team out to win the game and continue our fabulous unbeaten 57 game run.

It wouldn’t be a surprise if Celtic return to Glasgow with another win under our belt, or at worst, a draw to keep intact our success record.

One thing’s for sure, the Astana crowd might be hostile, but I doubt we’ll see any Buckie bottles getting lobbed towards any of our players…