Celtic boss Neil Lennon is in confident mood ahead of the visit of Cluj in Champions League qualifying.

Neil Lennon claims there are “certain areas” that his Celtic side will be looking to “hurt Cluj” in Tuesday’s Champions League  third qualifying-round second leg tie in Glasgow on Tuesday (Celtic 9/20, Cluj 11/2, Draw 11/4 – Champions League Match Betting).

James Forrest’s first-half equaliser handed Lennon’s men a vital away goal in Romania to tip the tie in Celtic’s favour ahead of the return clash this week and they are 1/4 to qualify for the next round.

The Hoops continued their impressive start to the domestic season with a 5-2 win at Motherwell on Saturday to make it 12 goals in two Scottish Premiership games, on top of the 12 they scored in the first two rounds in Europe.

And, while a goalless draw would be sufficient to set up a final two-legged play-off against Slavia Prague, it appears that Lennon will be looking to go for goals and the win.

He said: “There was plenty in the game in the first leg to suggest we could hurt Cluj in certain areas, so that’s what we will be trying to do.”

However, the Northern Irishman is refusing to take their opponents likely as he expects a difficult test against “a big, strong team.”

Lennon added: “They are a, they have good pace in certain areas and they are direct.

“They are a threat at set-plays. I don’t think it’s going to be over-physical, it wasn’t in Romania.”

Celtic have Mikey Johnston and Hatem Abd Elhamed available again after the pair recovered from respective thigh strains and Jozo Simunovic returns following suspension.

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