Reds ready for their 'biggest ever game'

Tommy Breslin is optimistic that his Cliftonville players will give a good account of themselves in Wednesday's Championship qualifier qualifier first leg against Celtic.

"The nerves are starting to set in but we'll be ready and we'll give it a go," Breslin told BBC Sport Northern Ireland.

Striker Liam Boyce, while having a healthy respect for the Scottish champions, insists that the Cliftonville players will not be in awe of the opposition.

"At home anything can happen. We beat Kalmar (of Sweden) here last year. They are a full-time team so we don't see why we can't beat Celtic."