Last Updated: Wed, 06 Mar 2013 15:41
Neil Lennon admits Celtic will need a miracle if they are to book their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
The Hoops take on Juve in Turin tonight looking to overturn a 3-0 deficit from the first leg and even the most optimistic fan knows it is likely to be a bridge too far.
However Lennon has urged his players to go down fighting and says it has been a great run in Europe no matter what happens.
"It is a fantastic game to play in," he said. "We may not be here again as a group, you are playing the champions of Italy who are a very good team so enjoy it.
"Enjoy the stadium, enjoy the atmosphere, don't be intimidated. Go and play, the pressure is really off so try to restore some respectability in the tie, play your football and win the game.
"So we have a lot to play for, there is a lot of incentives, however, to qualify would take a minor miracle."
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