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  1. Celtic out of Champions League
  2. Tavares scored for Maribor on 75 minutes
  3. Maribor reach group stage for first time since 1999
  4. Europa League place for Celtic
  5. Eleven ties in Scottish League Cup

Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Good night.

  2. Post update

    And we'll bring you news of tomorrow's Scottish League Cup draw tomorrow.

  3. Post update

    Time for me to sign off, there'll be more reaction to Celtic's Champions League exit on the BBC Sport website later.

  4. Post update

    That's the last of tonight's Scottish League Cup ties, Falkirk join Dundee, Hamilton, Hearts, Hibernian, Kilmarnock, Livingston, Partick Thistle, Ross County, St Mirren and Rangers or Inverness in tomorrow's third-round draw, along with Aberdeen, Celtic, Dundee United, Motherwell and St Johnstone.


    Falkirk 0-0 Cowdenbeath (aet, Falkirk win 4-3 on pens)

    Dean Brett, Iain Campbell and Nathaniel Wedderburn converted for Cowden, Will Vaulks, Rory Loy, Rory Loy and Scott Shepherd netted for the Bairns,

    And, after Craig Johnston had his penalty saved, Craig Sibbald scored his to send Falkirk through.


    Falkirk 0-0 Cowdenbeath (aet)


    Livingston 1-0 Queen of the South (aet)

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    Kev in Northampton: "Delia,Berget and Ambrose have to go NOW!!!!!!"

    Anonymous: "Where do Celtic go now do we buy into the manger style and will he have the fans trust I say give managers time but how long?"

  9. GOAL

    Livingston 1-0 Queen of the South (Myles Hippolyte)

  10. Post update

    Ronny Deila added he hoped to add "two" players before Monday's transfer deadline.

  11. Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    Ronny Deila

    Celtic manager

    "The first half was not good enough, there was too little energy. In the second half we were more aggressive. There were two chances before the goal.

    "In the end, there's only one thing to say, we weren't good enough. We didn't lose because of the defending, we lost because we didn't create anything. Of course, it's disappointing."

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    Stevie, Motherwell: "Celtic need a clearout and play kids now just shows it works with mcgregor doing great."

  13. Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    NK Maribor manager Ante Simundza

    "I knew that they would not go immediately to get the pressure. I knew they would wait until the second half. I was confident that we could score. It's very important for us and it's a great thing for Slovenia."


    Falkirk 0-0 Cowdenbeath

    Livingston 0-0 Queen of the South

    Still no goals at the Falkirk Stadium or Almondvale.

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    John: "Let not forget that Hamilton's brilliant start to the season continued tonight! Go on the Accies!"

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    Anonymous: "What more can one say Celtic have only them selves to blame they took the cheap option in Ronny Deila"

    Jim in Edinburgh: "Well done maribor better side.thats sad to say for a celtic fan."

    Anonymous: "Celtic should be playing direct straight up field..too many pass backs towards our own goal...manager hasnt got a clue how to play the celtic way...they got a second chance and blew it big style...very embarrassing for a club of this calibre"

    Tom: "Deila says Celtic too big to have to qualify for tournament proper....2 bites of the cherry says not."


    Dundee were comfortable winners over Raith Rovers, as were Hamilton Academical against Alloa Athletic.

    Hibernian came from 2-0 down to beat Dumbarton 3-2 with the three Hibs goals coming in the last 12 minutes.

    Elsewhere, there were narrow wins for Kilmarnock over local rivals Ayr United, Rangers against Queen's Park, St Mirren over Dunfermline and Ross County against Stranraer.

  18. #bbcsportscot

    Matt McSheaffrey: "Van Dijk and McGregor the only players with pass marks. Deila also definitely failed this test. #bbcsportscot"

    MBEHAN: "This at least saves Celtic real embarrassment in the Champions League #blametheboard #bbcsportscot"

  19. Post update

    Anonymous: "That Celtic performance was embarrassing. Clear players have lack of direction and leadership."


    Falkirk 0-0 Cowdenbeath

    Livingston 0-0 Queen of the South

    Extra-time being played in both ties.


    Dundee 4-0 Raith Rovers

    Hamilton 4-1 Alloa Athletic

    Hibernian 3-2 Dumbarton

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Ayr United

    Queen's Park 1-2 Rangers

    St Mirren 2-1 Dunfermline

    Stranraer 1-2 Ross County

  22. GOAL

    Hibernian 3-2 Dumbarton (Sam Stanton)


    Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    Celtic are out of the Champions League as NK Maribor progress to the group stage. Ronny Deila's side will drop into the group stages of the Europa League after Marcos Tavares's goal won the tie for the Slovenians.


    Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    Jasmin Handanovic saves after Virgil van Dijk chests down and shoots from Callum McGregor's cross.

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    Anonymous: "Deila made the subs just as Celtic were showing life. Messes with the defence. Why?!"

  26. Post update

    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    "Can Celtic force extra-time?"


    Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    Four minutes of stoppage time at Celtic Park.


    Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    Back at Celtic Park, Derk Boerrigter has been booked for a foul on NK Maribor's Jean-Philippe Mendy.

  29. GOAL

    Hibernian 2-2 Dumbarton (Farid El Alagui)

  30. #bbcsportscot

    John McEnerney: "#bbcsportscot heading to the EL where we deserve to be on this showing! Poor showing so far, massive last few minutes for The Hoops!"

  31. GOAL

    Hamilton 4-1 Alloa (Eamonn Brophy)

  32. Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    Marcos Tavares has a chance to end the match and the tie as a contest but completely skies his shot following Damjan Bohar's intelligent through ball.


    NK Maribor scorer Marcos Tavares is yellow carded following a clumsy challenge.

  34. Post update

    Celtic have six minutes to turn this around. As things stand, they are heading for the Europa League.

  35. GOAL

    Hibernian 1-2 Dumbarton (Farid El Alagui)

  36. Post update

    Damjan Bohar replaces Dare Vrsic for NK Maribor.


    Hamilton 3-1 Alloa (Louis Longridge)

    St Mirren 2-1 Dunfermline (Ross Caldwell)


    Morton 0-1 Partick Thistle

    Stenhousemuire 1-2 Hearts

  39. CLOSE!

    Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    Anthony Stokes' free-kick is headed just past the Maribor goal by Efe Ambrose.


    Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2)

    It almost gets worse for Celtic as Jean-Philippe Mendy waltzes past Efe Ambrose and forces a save from Craig Gordon.

  41. GOAL

    Celtic 0-1 NK Maribor (1-2) (Tavares)

    Disaster for Celtic as Marcos Tavares scoops the ball over Craig Gordon after Emilio Izaguirre and Charlie Mulgrew fail to clear their lines.

  42. Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Kris Commons drags his shot across the face of the Maribor goal.

  43. Post update

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland's senior football reporter at Celtic Park

    "This is so finely poised, but Celtic have improved significantly since the break. The longer it stays goalless though, the more nerves might begin to creep back in.

    "Nonetheless, whether it's been the change of shape, personnel or just Ronny Deila's words of wisdom, something has made a difference."

  44. Post update

    Derk Boerrigter replaces Mikael Lustig for Celtic.


    Dundee 4-0 Raith Rovers (Martin Boyle)

    Kilmarnock 1-0 Ayr United (Rory McKenzie)

    Stranraer 1-2 Ross County (Liam Boyce)

  46. Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Kris Commons is closed down just as he threatened to get away from two Maribor defenders.

  47. GOAL

    Hamilton 2-1 Alloa (Martin Canning)


    Now Maribor threaten and Dare Vrsic's low shot is blocked by keeper Craig Gordon.

  49. Post update

    Adam Matthews replaces Jo Inge Berget for Celtic.

  50. CLOSE!

    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Kris Commons chests the ball down, sidesteps his man and blasts a shot over the Maribor crossbar.

  51. GOAL

    Hibernian 0-2 Dumbarton (Mark Gilhaney)

  52. Post update

    Celtic much more forceful in this second half and Maribor have struggled to get a foothold in the game in the last 15 minutes.

  53. GOAL

    Dundee 3-0 Raith Rovers (Peter MacDonald)

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    Nico: "I think Celtic's luck has run out tonight. At 0-0 it will be a very nervy finish and I feel Maribor have enough in them to get the goal they need."

  55. GOAL

    Hibernian 0-1 Dumbarton (Mitchel Megginson)


    Celtic's Anthony Stokes gets to the byline and cuts back for Callum McGregor, whose shot rises onto the crossbar. Closest thing to a goal yet.

  57. GOAL

    Queen's Park 1-2 Rangers (Kris Boyd)


    Now NK Maribor's Aleksander Rajcevic is yellow-carded for fouling Kris Commons.

  59. #bbcsportscot

    Nick Ghamgosar: "No pace, no transition, no pressure on Maribor, no composure, Ambrose on the pitch - why are we playing so poorly! #bbcsportscot"

  60. GOAL

    St Mirren 1-1 Dunfermline (Ross Caldwell)


    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Marko Suler is booked for a foul on Celtic's Anthony Stokes.

  62. Post update

    Agim Ibraimi has caused Celtic problems tonight, the Macedonian playing just off main striker Marcos Tavares.

    Agim Ibraimi and Callum McGregor

    Celtic's Kris Commons is booked for dissent after claiming unsuccessfully for a free-kick.

  64. Post update

    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    "The biggest 45 minutes of Celtic's season gets underway."

  65. KICK-OFF

    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Celtic begin the second half with Kris Commons on for Beram Kayal.

  66. Post update

    Kris Commons is coming on for Celtic.

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    BBC Scotland's Tom English on Twitter: "Celtic asking for trouble. Ibraimi excellent. Clever player. McGregor good but nothing happening in front of him. Stokes marked out of it"

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    Anonymous: "Berget off, Commons on. ...surely!"

  69. Post update

    There have been no goals at Easter Road between Hibernian and Dumbarton.

    Scott Robertson and Garry Fleming
  70. Post update

    Hearts are 2-1 up against Stenhousemuir.

    Hearts players celebrating
  71. Post update

    Queen's Park and Rangers are tied at 1-1 at the interval.

    Gavin Mitchell and Nicky Law
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    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Rugby Park

    "Goalless at Rugby Park. Initial spark of the Ayrshire derby fizzled out. Both sets of fans have tried to keep an edge to the atmosphere."


    Queen's Park 1-1 Rangers

    Dundee 2-0 Raith

    Falkirk 0-0 Cowdenbeath

    Hamilton 1-1 Alloa

    Hibernian 0-0 Dumbarton

    Kilmarnock 0-0 Ayr

    Livingston 0-0 Queen of South

    St Mirren 0-1 Dunfermline

    Stranraer 1-1 Ross County

  74. Post update

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland's senior football reporter at Celtic Park

    "Although the scoreline still suits Celtic, that was a much less comfortable first half than the Scottish champions would have desired. After a pretty lively start by Celtic, Maribor were the better team.

    "The question is, what will Ronny Deila do to try to change things? He made two changes at the interval when things weren't going the way he wanted in Inverness on Saturday. Might he do the same tonight?"

  75. #bbcsportscot

    John McEnerney: "#bbcsportscot on this showing Celtic would be better off in the Europa League than CL, less chance of getting a hiding off a decent team!"


    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    No goals in the first half in Glasgow and, as things stand, Celtic will progress to the Champions League group stage but NK Maribor have looked capable of scoring.


    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    A minute of stoppage time being played at the end of the first half.

  78. GOAL

    Dundee 2-0 Raith Rovers (Paul McGinn)

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    Former Celtic goalkeeper Pat Bonner on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Maribor have done their homework, there's no question of that."

  80. GOAL

    Hamilton 1-1 Alloa (Greig Spence)

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    Anonymous: "This celtic team not good enough and delia has not got a clue"

  82. Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    There's an urgency about Celtic whenever they get the ball but their distribution has been poor and NK Maribor seem always willing to pounce on loose passes.


    Morton 0-1 Partick Thistle

    Stenhousemuir 1-2 Hearts

  84. GOAL

    Morton 0-1 Partick Thistle (Kris Doolan)

  85. GOAL

    Queen's Park 1-1 Rangers (Anthony Quinn)

  86. Post update

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland's senior football reporter at Celtic Park

    "Maribor look a better side tonight than they did last week in Slovenia. The home fans aren't enjoying the way the visitors are dominating currently. Ronny Deila needs to address this before his side are made to pay for the pressure they're allowing themselves to be put under."


    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Mitja Viler advances on the Maribor left and cuts inside to get a shot away in the box. Craig Gordon makes the save and is then relieved as the ball rebounds back into his path off forward Marcos Tavares.

  88. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Callum McGregor and Marcos Tavares battle for possession.

    Callum McGregor and Marcos Tavares
  89. GOAL

    Stenhousemuir 1-2 Hearts (Kieran Miller)

  90. CLOSE!

    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Anthony Stokes' inswinging corner from the right is headed just wide by Celtic's Virgil van Dijk.

  91. #bbcsportscot

    John Regan: "#bbcsportscot Would love to see Celtic go through but will the CL money get near the team? Not likely. Big club, small thinking."

  92. Post update

    Former Celtic goalkeeper Pat Bonner on BBC Radio Scotland

    "Maribor are playing a good 10 or 15 yards further up the pitch than they were in the first leg. They are really showing their intent and they are seeing a lot more of the ball."

  93. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland's senior football reporter at Celtic Park

    "Maribor have dominated the last few minutes after a good start by Celtic and the crowd are getting a little anxious.

    "Agim Ibraimi looked a danger for Celtic in the first leg and does so again this evening. Celtic need to re-assert their authority on the match here. A goal would certainly ease the nerves."


    Stenhousemuir 0-2 Hearts (Kevin McHattie)

    Stranraer 1-1 Ross County (Melvin de Leeuw)

    Hamilton 1-0 Alloa (Tony Andreu)

  95. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    The visitors are in again as Stefan Johansen concedes possession in a dangerous position and Marcos Tavares is closed down by Virgil van Dijk on the left-hand side of the box.

  96. CLOSE!

    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    NK Maribor Agim Ibraimi sets himself for a shot around 25 yards and the Macedonian's left-foot strike is narrowly wide of Craig Gordon's left-hand post.

  97. #bbcsportscot

    John McEnerney: "#bbcsportscot The Tic need to come out all guns blazing get an early goal, won't be easy but Celtic hopefully 2 go through! Mon The Hoops!"

  98. GOAL

    St Mirren 0-1 Dunfermline (Lewis Spence)

  99. Post update

    Celtic 0-0 NK Maribor (1-1)

    Petar Stojanovic closes down Jo Inge Berget as the Celtic winger cuts in from the left and the Norwegian goes down but referee Viktor Kassai is unmoved by the home crowd's penalty appeals.

  100. GOAL

    Queen's Park 0-1 Rangers (Kris Boyd)

  101. Post update

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland's senior football reporter at Celtic Park

    "Not quite a full house but still a deafening atmosphere at the outset. Interesting tactical decision by Ronny Deila to play Mikael Lustig at the heart of the Celtic defence and Efe Ambrose at right back. We'll see how that works for them."

  102. Post update

    Kris Commons warming up at Celtic Park

    Last season's top scorer and Scotland's player of the year Kris Commons is on the bench for Celtic tonight, as he was for the first leg.


    Dundee 1-0 Raith Rovers (Greg Stewart)

    Stranraer 1-0 Ross County (Sean Winter)

  104. CLOSE!

    Jo Inge Berget drags a ball across the face of the NK Maribor goal and Marko Suler's clearance trundles narrowly past the left-hand post.


    Hibernian: Oxley, Gray, Forster, Fontaine, Booth, Harris, Robertson, Scott Allan, Kennedy, Handling, El Alagui. Subs: Stanton, Heffernan, Tudur Jones, Lewis Allan, Perntreou, Dunsmore, Cummings.

    Dumbarton: Rogers, van Zanten, Graham, Fleming, Linton, Taggart, Turner, Gilhaney, Agnew, Megginson, Nish. Subs: Kirkpatrick, Prunty, Murray, McDougall, Ewings, Campbell, Coleman.

    Referee: Don Robertson.

    Livingston: Jamieson, Kyle Jacobs, Gallacher, Fordyce, Talbot, McKenna, Keaghan Jacobs, O'Brien, Mullen, White, Glen. Subs: Sives, Robertson, Hippolyte, Beaumont, Grant, Burchill, Rutherford.

    Queen of South: Alexander Clark, Holt, Higgins, Durnan, Dowie, Kidd, Fowler, McShane, Russell, Dzierzawski, Baird. Subs: Carmichael, Lyle, Atkinson, Slattery, Hooper, Dean Smith, Aidan Smith.

    Referee: John McKendrick.

  106. TEAM NEWS

    There was some debate about whether Efe Ambrose or Mikael Lustig would play at right-back for Celtic this evening but it is Ambrose who is on the right with Lustig at centre-half alongside Virgil van Dijk.

  107. Post update

    Celtic make a positive start and Emilio Izaguirre crosses for the leaping Anthony Stokes, who cannot make a connection.

  108. KICK-OFF

    Celtic v NK Maribor is underway and the remaining Scottish League Cup ties are also getting underway.


    Dundee: Bain, McGinn, Konrad, McPake, Irvine, Roberts, Davidson, McAlister, Boyle, Stewart, MacDonald. Subs: Carreiro, Letheren, McGowan, Tankulic, Harkins, Kerr, Wighton.

    Raith: Cuthbert, Thomson, Watson, Perry, McKeown, Moon, Scott, Stewart, Vaughan, Conroy, Nade. Subs: Fox, Anderson, Callachan, Laidlaw, Ellis, Matthews, Bates.

    Referee: Kevin Clancy.

    Falkirk: MacDonald, Rowan, Peter Grant, Vaulks, Dick, Durojaiye, Taiwo, Alston, Sibbald, Cooper, Bia Bi. Subs: Boulding, McCracken, Bowman, Maybury, Leahy, Shepherd, Loy.

    Cowdenbeath: Flynn, Brett, Armstrong, Wedderburn, Campbell, Robertson, Milne, Miller, Johnston, Higgins, Oyenuga. Subs: O'Brien, Kane, Jurisic, Robbie Thomson, Brownlie, Lynas, Callaghan.

    Referee: Greg Aitken.

    St Mirren: Kello, Naismith, McAusland, Plummer, Tesselaar, McGinn, Osbourne, McLean, Drury, Thompson, Wylde. Subs: Kelly, Ridgers, Reilly, Ball, Brown, Teale, Caldwell.

    Dunfermline: Scully, Williamson, Buchanan, Martin, Millen, Spence, Falkingham, Geggan, Thomson, Ugwu, Moffat. Subs: Page, Forbes, Stirling, Urquhart, Byrne, Goodfellow, Smith.

    Referee: Steven McLean.

    Stranraer: Mitchell, Robertson, Pettigrew, McKeown, Rumsby, Winter, Gallagher, Aitken, Stirling, Longridge, Malcolm. Subs: Russell, Marenghi, McCloskey, Tobin, Forde, Longworth.

    Ross County: Brown, Balk, Boyd, Fenlon, Celcer, Kiss, Brittain, Carey, de Leeuw, Cardle, Jervis. Subs: Miller, Reguero, Quinn, Maatsen, Boyce, Ross, Frempah.

    Referee: Craig Charleston.

  110. Post update

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland at Rugby Park

    "The Champions League means little in Ayrshire tonight. The League Cup brings local rivals Kilmarnock and Ayr United together at Rugby Park, which means tension, excitement and a full-blooded contest.

    "There will be an edge to the occasion, and there are more than 8,000 fans here tonight. Both sides are doing well in their respective leagues, but nothing else matters right now than overcoming the neighbours."

  111. GOAL

    Stenhousemuir 0-1 Hearts (Oliver)

    Gary Oliver edges Hearts into the lead in the Scottish League Cup.

  112. Post update

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland's senior football reporter at Celtic Park

    "Ronny Deila's decision to leave last season's top scorer Kris Commons on the bench again is an interesting one. Commons certainly hasn't been at the peak of his form so far this season, but nonetheless isn't greatly happy at missing out on such big matches. That's a situation to keep a close eye on over the last few days of the transfer window."

  113. #bbcsportscot

    MBEHAN: "The Inclusion of Ambrose & having Commons on the bench doesn't make sense to me for such a vital match #best11required #bbcsportscot"

  114. KICK-OFF

    Greenock Morton v Partick Thistle and Stenhousemuir v Hearts are getting underway in the Scottish League Cup.

  115. LINE-UPS

    Stenhousemuir: Fleming, Greacen, Summers, McMillan, Meechan, Dickson, Faulds, Hodge, Kieran Millar, Grehan, Ryan Millar. Subs: Reid, McMenamin, Lithgow, Watt, Sludden, Duncan, Shaw.

    Hearts: Hollis, McGhee, McKay, David Smith, McHattie, Liam Smith, Oliver, Walker, Robinson, Holt, Keatings. Subs: Eckersley, El Hassnaoui, King, Sow, Gordon, Roy, Halliwell.

    Referee: Calum Murray

  116. Post update

    Damjan Bohar levelled the match and the tie but Maribor must score tonight to stay in the competition.

    NK Maribor forward Damjan Bohar
  117. Post update

    Callum McGregor's strike in Slovenia gave Celtic the lead and an away goal in Maribor.

    Callum McGregor (right) is hailed by Jo Inge Berget after opening the scoring for Celtic against Maribor

    The 21-year-old midfielder has scored three goals already in this season's Champions League qualifiers.


    Hamilton: McGovern, Gordon, Canning, Devlin, Hendrie, Redmond, Andreu, Gillespie, Longridge, Ryan, Scotland. Subs: Crawford, McGrath, Mackinnon, Brophy, Docherty, McMann, Hill.

    Alloa: Gibson, Doyle, Gordon, Meggatt, Docherty, Cawley, Simmons, McCord, Holmes, Spence, Buchanan. Subs: Tiffoney, Ferns, Flannigan, Hetherington, Asghar, McDowall.

    Referee: Crawford Allan

    Morton: Caraux, Kilday, Crighton, Milojevic, Lamie, Pepper, Miller, Hands, Russell, Stefan McCluskey, McManus. Subs: Allan, O'Ware, Gaston, McKee, McNeil.

    Partick Thistle: Paul Gallacher, O'Donnell, Balatoni, Muirhead, Keenan, Craigen, Osman, Lawless, Fraser, Higginbotham, Doolan. Subs: Bannigan, Stevenson, Elliot, Wilson, Lindsay, Duggan, Basalaj.

    Referee: Stephen Finnie

    Kilmarnock: Samson, Barbour, Connolly, Pascali, Chantler, McKenzie, Hamill, Clingan, Obadeyi, Magennis, Muirhead. Subs: Miller, Johnston, Cairney, Brennan, Ashcroft, Slater, Eremenko.

    Ayr Utd: Hutton, Devlin, Campbell, Murphy, McKinlay, McLaughlin, Gilmour, McGovern, Forrest, Donnelly, Donald. Subs: McKenzie, Newman, Muir, Shirkie, McGill, Roberts, McArthur.

    Referee: Craig Thomson

    Queen's Park: Muir, Mitchell, Quinn, MacGregor, Gallacher, Woods, Miller, Fraser, Berry, Kevin Fotheringham, McPherson. Subs: Baty, Wharton, Carter, McElroy, Gibson, Lochhead, Burns.

    Rangers: Simonsen, McGregor, Zaliukas, Mohsni, Wallace, Peralta, McCulloch, Law, Macleod, Boyd, Clark. Subs: Robinson, Smith, Black, Templeton, Faure, Shiels, Gallagher.

    Referee: Alan Muir

  119. Post update

    A goalless draw would be enough for Ronny Deila's Celtic, who lost 1-0 to Inverness in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday.

    Celtic have not failed to score in successive matches since August 2011.

  120. Post update

    Maribor beat visitors NK Zavrc 3-0 in Saturday's Prva Liga match. Damjan Bohar, who netted against Celtic, was on target again with Luka Zahovic and Jean-Philippe Mendy also scoring. Mendy starts tonight, Zahovic and Bohar are on the bench.

  121. Post update

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Scotland's senior football reporter at Celtic Park

    "The former Celtic manager Neil Lennon used to describe this match - the second leg of the Champions League play-off - as the biggest game of the season and it's a sentiment that makes sense.

    "The financial boost from qualifying for the group stage is massive - £14m or thereabouts for Celtic last year. Just as importantly, it keeps a level of excitement around the Scottish game that the domestic scene just can't match."

  122. Post update

    Should Celtic lose on aggregate, away goals or penalties this evening, they will drop directly into the Europa League group stage, the draw for which takes place on Friday.

  123. Post update

    Should Celtic progress tonight, they will go into Thursday's draw for the group stage of the Champions League, and will be seeded in pot four.

    There's no sequence of results in tonight or tomorrow's qualifiers that could move them up to third seeds.

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    Andy in Armagh: "A lot of Celtic fans are very confident ahead of tonight's game, but I certainly wouldn't be underestimating this very good and well organised Maribor side. Celtic will definitely need to be carefully tonight, this won't be a walk in the park."


    Celtic: Gordon, Lustig, Ambrose, van Dijk, Izaguirre, McGregor, Mulgrew, Johansen, Kayal, Berget, Stokes. Subs: Zaluska, Matthews, Biton, Boerrigter, Commons, Denayer, Griffiths.

    Maribor: Handanovic, Stojanovic, Rajcevic, Suler, Viler, Vrsic, Mertelj, Filipovic, Ibraimi, Mendy, Tavares. Subs: Cotman, Mejac, Sallalich, Zahovic, Dervisevic, Bohar, Arghus.

    Referee: Viktor Kassai (Hungary).

  126. Post update

    You can listen to commentary of Celtic v NK Maribor on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW and DAB digital radio. The programme will also provide updates from the Scottish League Cup.

  127. Post update

    All of tonight's Scottish League Cup matches must be played to a finish, meaning there could be extra-time and penalties.

    The draw for the third round will be tomorrow at 13:00 BST and will take place at Pittodrie stadium, where the trophy currently resides following Aberdeen's penalty shoot-out win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle in March's final.

  128. Post update

    There are also 11 Scottish League Cup games this evening, with the pick of the bunch the Ayrshire derby at Rugby Park.

    One of the ties is a first-round match, a Glasgow derby taking place in Airdrie where Queen's Park play Rangers. The winner of that tie will host Inverness Caledonian Thistle in round two.

    Tonight's second-round ties are: Dundee v Raith Rovers, Falkirk v Cowdenbeath, Greenock Morton v Partick Thistle, Hamilton Academical v Alloa Athletic, Hibernian v Dumbarton, Kilmarnock v Ayr United, Livingston v Queen of the South, St Mirren v Dunfermline, Stenhousemuir v Hearts and Stranraer v Ross County.

  129. TEAM NEWS

    Ales Merteij comes in to the NK Maribor line-up along with Jean-Philippe Mendy but last week's scorer Damjan Bohar does not make the starting line-up.

  130. Post update

    On Twitter, the hashtag to use is #bbcsportscot.

  131. TEXT 80295

    To get involved in tonight's coverage, you can text 80295.

  132. TEAM NEWS

    Manager Ronny Deila brings back many of the players who were rested for Saturday's match against Inverness, with Anthony Stokes leading the line in attack.

    Celtic: Gordon, Ambrose, Lustig, van Dijk, Izaguirre, Kayal, Mulgrew, Johansen, McGregor, Stokes, Berget. Subs: Zaluska, Bitton, Denayer, Matthews, Commons, Boerrigter, Griffiths.

  133. Post update

    Following last week's 1-1 draw in Slovenia, Celtic hold the advantage of an away goal going in to tonight's match in Glasgow.

  134. Post update

    Good evening and welcome to live coverage of Celtic's Champions League play-off decider against NK Maribor and updates from the Scottish League Cup.