Celtic midfielder Scott Brown says his side will do all they can to keep their Champions League dreams alive when they take on Legia Warsaw on Wednesday.
The Bhoys will take to the field at Murrayfield trailing 4-1 after the first leg of their third qualifying round tie, but Brown has urged belief among the Celtic squad that they can progress by securing a famous victory.
If you don't believe, there is no point going out onto the park.Scott Brown
Brown told the Evening Times: "The players we do have are mostly the ones who were there last season when we got through some tough ties in qualification for the Champions League.
"We are a good enough team and a good enough squad to do it again. We have got to believe we can turn this around.
"If you don't believe, there is no point going out onto the park. Every team suffers disappointing results, that's when strong characters and good players come through."
Brown and James Forrest will miss the game due to injury, while defender Efe Ambrose sits out due to suspension.
Last season Celtic won through to the group stage by overturning a 2-0 deficit against Shakhter Karagandy, defeating the Kazakhs 3-0 at Celtic Park to progress.
Celtic can be backed at 3/4 to win on Wednesday evening and are 7/1 to triumph by a three-goal margin, with the Bhoys 7/2 to qualify for the final elimination round.
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