Alejandro Bedoya is gambling on Celtic complacency and nervousness from the home crowd to give his Helsingborg side a chance of reaching the Champions League group stages.
The Swedes are two goals down from their home leg of the tie and travel to Glasgow needing to score at least twice to stand any chance of progression.
“Maybe they are thinking that for sure that it is guaranteed they will go through,” Bedoya told STV. “We have less pressure [on us] now.
“If we get an early goal, I think their fans will get on their backs and put a little bit more pressure on them.
“We've got nothing to lose and we are going to come here and do our best.
“It's tough but we are coming here confident. We played well at home and we've just got to do better with our chances.
“If we can put them under pressure early in the game, I think we can get a good result.”
Former Rangers midfielder Bedoya also believes Fraser Forster’s showing in the first leg demonstrates that Helsingborg are still in the tie.
“It says a lot that he [Forster] was the man of the match for their team,” he said.
“It gives us confidence. We created chances, we had opportunities and we are coming here with nothing to lose.
"We are going to go at it and hopefully get a good result.”