Celtic entertain Juventus for the third time at Parkhead this evening having won both of their previous European Cup meetings on home turf.
The first, in September 1981, was a 1-0 victory thanks to a Murdo MacLeod strike. Republic of Ireland international Liam Brady, playing for Juve at the time and who would become Celtic coach in the early 90s, arranged for a coach load of his family to travel from Dublin for the match. It was unlikely that they supported their relative.
MacLeod will have seen the headlines
But the teams' most recent meeting came 11-and-a-half-years ago in the Champions League group stage. Celtic, much like now in Europe, were terrible on the road but near-invincible at home, with an August qualifying defeat to Ajax a rare surrender.
Juventus had finished second in the previous season's Serie A and although the aura of their mid-to-late 90s side was fading, Marcello Lippi's new Juve would go on to win the Scudetto in 2001-02.
Celtic's defeat away to Rosenborg in their penultimate match meant they were reliant on the Norwegians preventing Porto from winning in the group's other match to be within a chance of qualifying for the second group stage. Pena's first-half strike proved to be the winner.
Henrik Larsson regains Celtic's lead
Needing a win, Celtic produced a dogged and spectacular performance against Juve, recovering after Alessandro del Piero's 19th minute opener to race into a 2-1 lead thanks to Joos Valgaeren's header and Chris Sutton pouncing before half-time.
David Trezeguet equalised after the interval for the Italians but a Henrik Larsson penalty regained Celtic's lead before Sutton doubled it seven minutes later.
Trezeguet reduced the hosts' advantage with 13 minutes to play but Martin O'Neill's side held on for a dramatic yet fruitless win. Celtic were out of the Champions League and in the Uefa Cup.