Lazio are looking to take a giant stride towards the Champions League knockout stages as they face Celtic this week.
Lazio currently sit 2nd in the Champions League's Group E with two wins, one draw and two losses from four games in this campaign.
The Italian side have seemingly used Europe as a refuge from a pretty dismal domestic campaign that sees them currently sat in 11th place in Serie A.
They've had a better time of things in this competition, though, and a win here would go some way to helping them book their place in the knockout rounds, especially if they can win by a number of goals given their goal difference is two fewer than Feyenoord's in 3rd.
They're entering this game amidst a fairly poor run of form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games, the most recent of which was a disappointing 2-1 loss away at Salernitana - the side currently rock bottom of the table.
The loss means they're now three league games without a win, and Mauricio Sarri's side's domestic form is a puzzling question given the players they have at their disposal.
Their form at home, though, is much more impressive as they enter this game unbeaten in their last five games on home soil, winning four of them.
They'll have to use that to their advantage here as they face a side that have struggled massively in this group and despite their struggles in the league this is one they should take all three points from.
Celtic currently sit rock bottom of Group E with one draw and three losses from four games.
The Bhoys have had a tough, tough time of things in the Champions League this season having failed to register a single win.
In fact, it's been seven years since Celtic last registered a win in the Champions League proper as they seemingly look more and more out of their depth as the seasons progress.
They're coming into this game in solid but unimpressive form having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five games, the most recent of which was a disappointing 1-1 draw with Motherwell.
Their form away from home has been similar, with Brendan Rodgers' side having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five games on the road.
Their last away game in this competition saw them battered 6-0 at Atlético Madrid so they'll desperately want to give a better account of themselves here.
The chances are, however, that they'll fall to defeat once again.
For our Lazio vs. Celtic prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.