FC Midtjylland defender Juninho is expecting that he and his team-mates will complete the job tonight and dump Celtic out of the Champions League.
The second round qualifier is evenly poised after the Hoops were held to a 1-1 draw at home by the Danish cracks last midweek.
And Juninho, who made his debut for the Danish club in their weekend win at Aalborg, is desperate to make his European debut in tomorrow night's showdown and he's convinced he can help pile on the misery for new Parkhead boss Ange Postecoglou.
He said: "We have huge expectations for the Champions League. It's such an important competition with big clubs and the best players in the world.
"We achieved an important draw in the first leg in Glasgow and we are expecting to go through now.
"I'm desperate to play and I hope I get to make my first start in the competition.
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"We know Celtic are a good team, but we have a really good reputation and recent history in this competition. We believe we have what it takes to get to the group stage.
"The manager here has given me a lot of confidence by playing me at the weekend. I was delighted to make my debut and it was extra special for me because we got the win.
"Now we need to carry that form on when Celtic visit and we have our fans behind us in the stadium, which could be a big help."
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