UEFA Champions League qualification duels are coming tonight!
Tonight you have a chance to witness the quarter-final revealings from the race of UEFA's most elite championship, the Champions League. One of those great matches will happen in Glasgow at Celtic Park, where the Celtic FC will host FC Midtjylland. This duel between these two pride football clubs from Scotland and Denmark will determine their future of who’s going to be the competitor at semi-final against the winner between PSV and Galatasaray.
Both teams went through a productive preparation period in the friendly game's campaign, so tonight they will face the real test of quality.
This month Celtic has played four friendly matches and came out with a score of 2 wins, one draw game, and one loss. The Bhoys started with two winning performances against Sheffield Wed (3:1) and Charlton (2:1). Then was the drawn game against Bristol City (0:0). And at their last friendly match against Preston, the Celtic crew lost the game (1:0), so now they have to overcome their weaknesses and bring the best of their abilities tonight against the visitor from Denmark, FC Midtjylland. Ange Postecoglou knows that he must use the home stadium advantage, so he will definitely bring a highly motivated squad tonight that's going to do their best to make their loyal fans proud at Glasgow.
Midtjylland also went through the friendly game's campaign, and won two games, against Malmo FF (2:1) and Sigma Olomouc (2:1), but they lost the match against Lech Poznan (3:2). Their last duel was against Odense from the Denish Superliga, where Midtjylland lost the game with the result of 1:0. So this has to make the Danish team enter tonight's match in Glasgow with the right approach, and try not to repeat the mistakes from their last performance in Denmark. Their head coach Bo Henriksen will definitely try to find the right strategy for tonight's duel, and his players will definitely try to surprise the Scottish team with a great football performance.
We are expecting a very interesting game, where the hosting team Celtic will be the favorite for winning the game because of the home-field advantage.