Celtic and Feyenoord kick off their Champions League campaign this Tuesday with the Dutch champions playing hosts to the kings of Scotland in a group that also sees Lazio and Atletico Madrid battle it out.
Neither one of these sides are favoured to get into the next round of games in the Champions League with Lazio and Atletico expected to be challenging for the top two spots. However, with those two also meeting one another at the same time, this is the perfect chance for either Celtic or Feyenoord to get the upper hand and potentially move into first place.
So far, Celtic have been faultless in Scotland by winning four matches and drawing only once, while this has also seen them beat Rangers at Ibrox 1-0. In total, the Hoops have scored 11 goals already and let in just three, putting them as the best attacking team in the league too and the second-best defensive side.
As for Feyenoord, their attempts to defend their Eredivisie title have finally started to move in the rifht direction after drawing their first two games. The club remain unbeaten as a result, and by beating Heerenveen 6-1, Utrecht 5-1 and Almere 6-1 in their past three games, the champions of the Netherlands have now scored 19 goals already
Kyogo Furuhashi 2+ shots on target is at 9/2 for this game and Furuhashi has hit the target five times in five league games this season. 2+ shots on target each team in each half is also at 5/1, while Kyogo Furuhashi to score a header is up at 28/1 after scoring a header in the last match. Reo Hatate to score from outside the area is also at 25/1 - 40% of Hatate's league goals for Celtic have come from outside the box. Yankuba Minteh 2+ shots on target is also at 11/10.
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