Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon won't lose focus tonight in Belfast despite the fact that they will have no support in Windsor Park whatsoever.
The Scottish champions take on Linfield tonight in a Champions League qualifier and the Hoops declined tickets for the first leg of the second qualifier amid security concerns.
The match was moved to Friday evening instead of July 11-12 as initially planned so it did not clash with Orange Order parades.
Gordon emphasises that the lack of support in Belfast doesn't matter too much.
"I don't think it will make that much difference. We will be fully focused on the job we have to do on the pitch, and whatever goes on in the stands, we will not be focusing on that and we will go out and play the game to try and win and get an advantage to take into the second-leg."
"Whatever happens we have to go out there and play our game. We have prepared really well for this, we have looked good in training and we will have the second-leg at home in front of 60,000, so we know we will be backed when we get back to Celtic Park.