Charlie Nicholas thinks that PSG will have a comfortable night against Celtic in their Champions League clash in Paris on Wednesday night.
The Sky Sports pundit and former Celtic striker has tipped PSG to win 4-0, with Neymar to open the scoring.
Celtic suffered a heavy defeat to the French league leaders in their opening Champions League group game at Celtic Park in September, and Nicholas thinks it’ll be more of the same in the return fixture, with Neymar in particular out to cause damage.
“The worst thing they did was had a pop at Neymar after the last game and I just thought why would you do that? He’s frustrating but he’s one of the finest talents in the world,” he said on the Sky Sports website.
“People are saying it could be a record margin, with PSG potentially winning 8-0 or 9-0, but Celtic are going to turn up and sit in rather than opening up again.”
Celtic go into the match in third place in their Champions League group, three points ahead of Belgian champions Anderlecht in the battle for Europa League football.
Celtic play Anderlect in the final Champions League group stage game at Celtic park next month.
Following tonight’s game, Celtic have another big game on Sunday, as they take on Motherwell in the Betfred Cup Final.
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