CELTIC attacker Scott Sinclair insists the team will go into the Champions League crunch confrontation against Barcelona without fear.
The English flair player, who joined in a £4.5million deal from Aston Villa in the summer, has netted times for the Hoops already this season – and he’s hoping for another at Parkhead on Wednesday.
Sinclair said: “There’s no apprehension. We’ve learned a lot from the game in the Nou Camp. Even when we went away to Borussia Monchengladbach, we showed the difference when we conceded.

“We lost the game at home, but we went there and drew. I think we’ve learned a lot.

“It’s very different when you’re playing at home. Being in front of our own crowd will spur us on because those fans are unbelievable.

“Barcelona have been beaten here before, so, hopefully, we’ll do it again. Because we played Kilmarnock on the Friday night we have an extra day’s recovery and that helps.”

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