Why is the UK still stuck in the second half of the season?

The UK Football League has revealed it is still on track to qualify for the next round of the Europa League, but it has also revealed that there could be another bumpy trip home for some teams.

The game between Tottenham Hotspur and Celtic will be played at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.

Athletic Bilbao’s game against Bournemouth on Saturday will be in the Capital Stadium, with the next home game for Celtic being on Sunday.

It is the third time in four years that Celtic have been in the Europa Round of 16, with their first game in the quarter-finals of the European Cup in 2011 and a second-round defeat in 2012.

After a win at the Bourneddys, Celtic would have played home games in the next two rounds, but this is the first time they have travelled to the UK.

England’s two remaining fixtures in the Premier League are away to Liverpool and away to Southampton.

Meanwhile, the Championship’s first leg at home against Nottingham Forest is also scheduled to be played on Saturday, but Celtic are likely to travel to London to face Newcastle United.

Scottish Premiership: Manchester United v Celtic (Saturday) Venue: Etihad Stadium, London, UK Kick-off: 14:45 GMT Coverage: BBC Two Scotland, BBC Sport website and BBC Sport app, and BT Sport website.