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Celtic Rennes Live Stream with Paddy Power with free bets offer for Europa League tonight

Neil Lennon’s Celtic side play hosts to Rennes on Thursday hoping to give their stuttering Europa League campaign the shot in the arm it needs, as Paddy Power announce live streams and free bets on the Europa League.

Paddy Power have been in touch to tell us they have perfect live streams of all the Europa League games tonight, including all the action from Celtic Park, and have also agreed to throw in free bets worth £100 to all SqueakyBumtime visitors! Exclusive to this site, claim your free bets offer here and watch the game!

Celtic have managed only two points from their first three games and could only muster a draw when they came up against Rennes, the first meeting ever between the sides,  two weeks ago because of a comical own goal from defender  Cha Du-Ri.

The Bhoys are desperate for three points to distract from their inconsistent start to the SPL season where they have tasted defeat three times on ten games already, leading to Lennon insisting his side must win every single remaining league fixture if they are to reclaim the Scottish title from Rangers, who they are already 12 points adrift of.

Rennes meanwhile have been inconsistent both at home and on the continent, claiming two wins  from their last five games in all competitions. The French side will be pinning their hopes of victory on Arsenal transfer target Yann M’Vila to create the openings that will lead to victory, while forward Victor Hugo Montano will be charged with finding the net on his own as boss Frédéric Antonetti is likely to go defensive and try and catch Celtic cold on the counter attack.

Lennon meanwhile will likely opt for a two man attack with Anthony Stokes likely to get the nod alongside Gary Hooper.

With Celtic and Rennes languishing at the bottom of Group I both sides need to win in order to realistically keep their European dream alive while the group’s leaders, Udinese and Atletico Madrid go up against each other.

Lennon’s men will have to wary of a talented if inconsistent Rennes side that have the joint-best away record in Ligue 1 this season, claiming 12 points from seven games on the road so far.

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