CELTIC will play Barcelona for the 15th time in European competition and friendlies tonight.
In the previous encounters, the Scottish Champions have won two, drawn three and lost nine.
They have claimed 11 goals and conceded 31.
Hoops scorers: John Hughes, Alan Thompson, Chris Sutton, John Hartson, Jan Venegoor of Hesselink, Barry Robson, Victor Wanyama, Tony Watt, Georgios Samaras (2) and Leigh Griffiths.
The complete record:
Nov 18, 1964: Fairs Cup: 1st leg: Barcelona 3, Celtic 1
Dec 2: 2nd leg: Celtic 0, Barcelona 0
Mar 11, 2004: UEFA Cup: 1st leg: Celtic 1, Barcelona 0
Mar 25: 2nd leg: Barcelona 0, Celtic 0
Sept 14, 2004: Champions League: Celtic 1, Barcelona 3
Nov 24: Barcelona 1, Celtic 1
Feb 20, 2008: Champions League: Celtic 2, Barcelona 3
Mar 4: Barcelona 1, Celtic 0
Oct 23, 2012: Champions League: Barcelona 2, Celtic 1
Nov 7: Celtic 2, Barcelona 1
Oct 1, 2013: Champions League: Celtic 0, Barcelona 1
Dec 11: Barcelona 6, Celtic 1
July 30, 2016: International Champions Cup: Celtic 1 Barcelona 3 *
Sept 13: Champions League: Barcelona 7 Celtic 0
* Classed as a friendly.
Can Celtic get that third win which will see them maintaining an interest in European competition until the final game in this the toughest of all Champions League groups this season. Just look at how easy a group Leicester got.
If Celtic win they will be very interested in events in Germany. If Manchester City get an away win Celtic will be overwhelming favourites for the Europa League spot.
If Borussia win then Celtic would be faced with winning in Manchester to take them through to the Champions league knock-out stages.
If Celtic win and the other game is drawn then that would be the worst outcome for a Celtic side that would have just beaten the world’s best club side.