Brendan Rodgers’ side are at home to Salzburg, who are already assured of top spot in Group B, and a draw in the 8.00pm kick-off will be enough to take Celtic through.
A victory in Austria against Rapid Vienna, kick-off 5.55pm, is required for Rangers in a very tight Group G, with all four clubs in contention to progress to the next stage.
The draw for the last 32 takes place at UEFA HQ in Nyon at 12 noon on Monday, with ties due to be played on February 14/21.
Both of this evening’s matches are live on BT Sport.
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