Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic says the Scottish champions are ready for the challenge of facing Anderlecht on Tuesday with Europa League football at stake.
Paris St-Germain have secured top spot in Group B ahead of Bayern Munich and they meet in Germany on the matchday six.
Celtic meanwhile host the Belgians in Glasgow, in what will be both clubs' final Champions League appearance of the season.
Brendan Rodgers' team are in pole position to finish third and qualify for the knockout stages of the Europa League in the New Year.
It's an important match. We understand that and we will be looking to get the job done.Tom Rogic
In the corresponding fixture in Brussels in September, Celtic produced a superb performance and recorded an emphatic 3-0 victory courtesy of goals from Leigh Griffiths, Patrick Roberts and Scott Sinclair.
Avoiding more than a two-goal defeat at Parkhead will therefore be enough to see the Hoops secure third spot.
Rogic says the performance in their 2-1 home defeat against Bayern Munich is something Celtic have taken belief from.
"It's an important match. We understand that and we will be looking to get the job done," he said.
"In particular, the Bayern Munich game at home has given us as players, and I guess the supporters, a lot of confidence going into the match.
"It's something to build on. We always want to improve and become better players and a better team and we will be looking to build on that for sure."
Celtic are 10/11 to beat Anderlecht, who are 16/5 to win while the draw is 14/5.
Rogic, 7/5 to score against Anderlecht, relishes the big European nights in Glasgow.
"Any European night at home is always special. We know what the atmosphere is going to be like so as a player you don't need any added motivation at all."
View all Soccer betting