Celtic are preparing to face Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League and you can build up to the match with a wealth of preview content from STV.
We've exclusive interviews with Neil Lennon, Anthony Stokes and Peter Lawwell ahead of the game, as well as hearing from Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk.
You can watch Celtic v Barcelona live on STV and online from 7.30pm on Tuesday night. Raman Bhardwaj will be joined by former Celtic striker John Hartson, Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay and Barcelona-based expert Graham Hunter.
Derek Rae and current Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee are your commentary team from kick-off at 7.45pm.
Virgil Van Dijk: Self-belief key for Celtic to repeat Barcelona triumph
The Dutch defender says watching last year's victory gave him goose bumps.
Peter Lawwell backs Celtic to thrive under anticipation of Barcelona shock
The chief executive says the interest in the UEFA Champions League tie has been "phenomenal".
What the Spanish papers are saying ahead of Celtic v Barcelona
A review of the Spanish newspapers ahead of the Champions League clash at Parkhead.
How have Barcelona coped without injured Lionel Messi in the past?
A look at how the Catalans have fared in recent games minus their talisman.
Our exclusive interview videos
In full: Neil Lennon on Barcelona, signing policy and Karagandy vindication
The Celtic manager speaks to Raman Bhardwaj ahead of Celtic's game with the Catalans.
Anthony Stokes keen to grab his second chance after missing European run
The striker sat out famous nights for Celtic in last year's UEFA Champions League campaign.
Our video preview content
Watch our Celtic v Barcelona UEFA Champions League preview show
Raman Bhardwaj was joined by Graham Hunter and Mark McGhee ahead of Tuesday's match.
Celtic v Barcelona Google+ Hangout with Graham Hunter and Mark McGhee
Barcelona-based writer and Scotland assistant joined by Grant Russell, Paul Brennan and TicTacTic author Michael Gunn.
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