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Match of the Day Live


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Celtic v Boavlsta
Live coverage of the first leg of the Uefa Cup semi-final between Celtic and Boavista of Portugal. Once again
Celtic Park will be packed to the rafters with 60,000 fans, as Martin O'Neill 's men enjoy their first European semi-final since 1974 (kickoff 7.05pm).
The Bhoys have been very impressive in Europe this year, having already knocked out Lithuania's FK Suduva, the Premiership's Blackburn, Celta Vigo and Stuttgart, prior to their memorable 2-0 second-leg victory at Anfield three weeks ago, sealing a 3-1 aggregate success.
But Boavista will be no pushovers, having disposed of Spanish side Malaga in the last round.
A clear win tonight will make Celtic strong favourites to go through to the final at Seville's Olimpico Stadium in Spain on 21 May. Coverage is presented by Gary Lineker , with Alan Hansen , Mark Lawrenson and Kenny Dalglish. Commentary can also be heard on Radio Five Live.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong


Unknown: Martin O'Neill
Unknown: Celta Vigo
Presented By: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Alan Hansen
Unknown: Mark Lawrenson
Unknown: Kenny Dalglish.
Producer: Phil Bigwood
Editor: Paul Armstrong

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