Celtic can cash in against a Monchengladbach side notoriously poor on their travels.
Celtic v Borussia Monchengladbach - Wednesday 19:45, BT Sport ESPN
Celtic picked up an excellent point at home to Man City in gameweek two and with these sides likely to battle it out for the Europa League spot behind Barca and City, this clash could prove crucial.
Monchengladbach are yet to pick up a point and aren’t in the best of form domestically, currently down in 9th in the Bundesliga, having been beaten 4-0 by struggling Schalke in their last road game.
Celtic once again proved what a difficult place Celtic Park is to go to on a Champions League night against City and it could have been even better for Brendan Rodgers’s men as they let a lead slip three times. They beat Barcelona at home in 2012/13, Ajax in 2013/14 and also held both Fenerbahce and Inter to draws in the Europa League last term, while their home form domestically has been imperious as they’ve scored 22 in their last four in the league.
Monchengladbach are notoriously poor travellers as they’ve won just four of their 20 road games in the Bundesliga since the start of last season and it’s been a similar story in Europe as they have a W1-D3-L4 record since the start of 2014/15, despite half of these games being in the Europa League as Apoel Limassol are the only side they beat in that time. As a result, the Germans look far too short here at 2.25 and so we’re backing Celtic Draw No Bet.