Celtic have dominated the Scottish game since the arrival of Brendan Rodgers three seasons ago, but the Bhoys have found it hard to transfer that form into Europe.
The last two seasons have seen them compete in the Champions League but they couldn’t reach the Champions League group stage this time around, yet they struggled to qualify for the knockout phase of the Europa League and this could be their bus stop this season.
They have won the treble in Scotland over the past two seasons and already have won domestic trophy in the bag this season, but Rodgers’ men seems to lack the cutting edge to get past this stage of this competition.
Valencia played in the Champions League group stages this season, but a poor run of form at the beginning of the season saw them drop out of the group stage.
They picked up some form towards the end of the group stages, but that was too late with a 2-1 win over Manchester United only enough for them to finish 3rd in their group.
They have recently held Barcelona to a 2-2 draw in the league and would come into this game with confidence of getting the win.