Celtic v Legia Warsaw preview

Celtic will be without the suspended Efe Ambrose for the second leg of the Champions League third-round qualifier against Legia Warsaw at Murrayfield on Wednesday evening.

The Nigeria defender was sent off in last week's 4-1 defeat in Poland which left the Hoops with a mountain to climb if they are to reach the next qualifying stage.

Skipper Scott Brown and James Forrest remain out of contention with long-term injuries.

Brown has accused Legia of celebrating "in our boys' faces" after the first leg, but on the eve of the return Warsaw boss Henning Berg defended his players.

He said: "Our players were just so happy to play a good game and score two late goals against Celtic, that's what they were celebrating and were so happy about, not because we thought this tie was over.

"For us, it was a big win against a big team. The players were just happy to play the football they did, that's why they were so happy.

"We know the game tomorrow will be tough, it will be hard, we have to play well and do our job 100% and we expect Celtic to be better. So nothing is decided yet."