Dinamo Zagreb skipper Josip Simunic has warned Celtic that his side have arrived in Scotland determined to go home with a Europa League victory.
The veteran Croatia defender will lead his side out full of confidence following an opening 5-1 win over Astra Guirgiu in Group D, with the Bhoys having drawn 2-2 at Red Bull Salzburg in their first fixture.
And an upbeat Simunic warned: "We're expecting a very difficult game, we're expecting a big crowd and we're going to do our best. We came here for the win, we aren't coming here to lose.
"Celtic are always strong. I've known Celtic since growing up in Australia. It is a huge club and maybe at the moment they aren't doing the best they can.
"We've looked at them a few times now and they're all very good. We know where they are strong and where they have weaknesses."
Dinamo can be backed at 1/1 to win at Celtic Park, with the draw 1/1, while a home victory is available at 1/1.
The hosts will be without loan striker John Guidetti, who is ineligible, with the Swede having scored three times in his last two games.
However, coach Ronny Deila is hopeful of having playmaker Kris Commons back in the fold after he missed the 2-1 weekend win over St Mirren.
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