Where and when to watch Celtic vs Lazio tonight
The green half of Glasgow tonight plays host to one of Italy’s most historic clubs, Lazio, in a Europa League group stage match. Celtic currently top the group with four points. Lazio are third, with three points. Our quick guide reveals all you need to know to tune in to Celtic vs Lazio this evening.
Celtic vs Lazio kick-off time
The game kicks off at 8pm BST, at Glasgow’s glorious Celtic Park.
Celtic vs Lazio TV channel
BT has exclusive broadcast rights for the Europa League in the UK, and Celtic vs Lazio is being shown on BT Sport 3.
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You can also live stream Celtic vs Lazio, either via the BT Sport website or the BT Sport app. Here are the quick-links you need to get started:
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Celtic vs Lazio − Match preview
This fixture is Neil Lennon’s 50th European match as a manager. He’ll be hoping Celtic can follow up on their weekend success, after they hammered Ross County 6-0 at Celtic Park.
Currently, in league terms, Lazio are sitting one place below their cross-town rivals, Roma, in 7th. At the weekend they fought to a 3-3 draw with Atalanta.
Conversely Celtic are, as always, flying high at the top of the SPL. Only goal difference separates them from second place Rangers though. Celtic will have to watch out for Lazio’s star man, Ciro Immobile. The Italy international has, so far, scored 96 goals in 143 games for Lazio. Will he add to his tally tonight?
Lazio have already suffered a shocking defeat to Cluj in this competition, and look less than confident in European football. They leaked three goals again at the weekend too, though they did walk away with a point.
The boys in green will miss midfield powerhouse Olivier Ntcham though, who is out with an ankle injury. Ryan Christie returns from suspension though to bolster the squad.