Celtic look set to play their Europa League tie against Lazio in front of almost 10,000 travelling supporters.

The Hoops travel to Rome to square-off in their Group E clash and expect to bring 9,000 fans to Stadio Olimpico.

Neil Lennon's troops welcome their opponents to Glasgow on October 24 but make the Italian trip on November 7 in a crunch double header that could go a long way in determining both side's European fate after Christmas.

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Tickets have already gone on sale for fans who have attended at least one other away match in Europe from the club's previous 19.

Briefs are priced at £32 each.

Celts go into the home game, first of all, in decent fettle in the group with four points from a possible six.

A draw with Rennes and a victory over Cluj is compared to Lazio's start which has seen them lose to the Romanians before they bested Rennes 2-1 in their matchday two fixture.