The Scottish champions recorded a 2-1 win over Barcelona on November 7 last year, a result that proved to be key in their qualification for the knockout round of the competition.
Celtic will certainly have earmarked their home matches in Group H after opening their campaign with a 2-0 defeat to AC Milan on September 18. They have won seven of their last nine European fixtures in Glasgow, with the one defeat coming in the last-16 clash with Juventus last season.
The home side will enter the match on the back of a 5-2 win over Kilmarnock in the league at the weekend, a result that has left them in second position in the Scottish Premiership. Barcelona, meanwhile, top La Liga with a perfect record from their seven matches thus far.
The La Liga outfit were victorious in their opening group match on September 18 with a 4-0 win over Ajax. However, their record in Scotland is fairly patchy with just two wins and one draw from their six matches.
Barcelona, meanwhile, will be without Lionel Messi, who is expected to miss the next three weeks with a hamstring injury. Defensive pair Javier Mascherano and Jordi Alba are also both unavailable, meaning that Adriano and Marc Bartra should continue in the back four.
Cesc Fabregas is expected to be deployed in the centre of the Barcelona attack, with Neymar operating from the left. Alexis Sanchez and Pedro will once more fight it out for a place on the right for the Catalan outfit.
Possible starting lineups
Celtic: Forster; Matthews, Ambrose, Van Dijk, Mulgrew; Brown, Lustig, Izaguirre; Commons, Samaras, Stokes
Barcelona: Valdes; Alves, Pique, Bartra, Adriano; Busquets, Xavi, Iniesta; Neymar, Fabregas, Pedro
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