Celtic travel to Denmark for the first-leg of their Europa League last-32 tie this week.

The Hoops are in fine form having scored 18 goals in their previous five games, winning all of them and conceding just twice.

Neil Lennon's men also boast terrific European form this season, where, in Group E they finished top of the pile on 13 points ahead of CFR Cluj who wound up on 12.

They'll be hoping to add to their four wins - including incredible back-to-back victories over Serie A giants Lazio.

But is the game on TV? What channel and what is the kick-off time? Here's all you need to know:

Where is the game being played?

Copenhagen host Celtic at Parken Stadium, Denmark.

The game takes place on Thursday evening with an early kick-off time of 5.55pm.

What channel is it on?

Fans can catch the game on BT Sport 3. Coverage begins at 5.15pm.

You can also watch on the BT Sport App.

Team news?

Greg Taylor is a doubt after hobbling off injured against Aberdeen, meaning Jonny Hayes will be the likely replacement.

Jeremie Frimpong could also return to action, as could Hatem Abd Elhamed.