Defence, Midfield and Attack
Urhoghide arrived with a lot of expectations in the summer and was in fact the first signing of the Ange Postecoglou era. But he has not even made his debut for the club since then. This could be the perfect opportunity to give him that, while Josip Juranovic sits out.
Murray put in some impressive performances earlier in the season and was expected to feature much more than we have seen him. Could he emerge once again to put in a solid showing in Europe?
Scales found the back of the net against Dundee United in what was an impressive cameo off the bench and should get the start here.
There have been a lot of calls for Bolingoli to be given a run at left-back. This might be the opportunity to do just that.
Bitton recently picked up an injury but is back available now and could be the man in the middle of the park for Celtic on this occasion.
McCarthy has struggled for form and fitness since arriving at Celtic, and a chance to get some minutes in a game where the pressure is off could do him the world of good.
It was hard to fill the third spot in midfield but it would not make a lot of sense to play any of David Turnbull, Callum McGregor or Tom Rogic in this game. Thus, Shaw might get to make his debut as well.
The wings are where Celtic appear to running out of options quickly with James Forrest, Jota and Karamoko Dembele all out injured. Thus, Abada might have to feature at right wing on this occasion.
Montgomery has mostly featured at left-back for Celtic but this is the perfect occasion to give him a run and see what he can do on the left wing.
Ajeti has been recently linked with a Parkhead exit but with Giorgos Giakoumakis out of action and Kyogo needing rest, he might be the one leading the line.