Scotland’s representatives in the forthcoming Champions League and Europa League qualifiers have found out their potential opponents if they make it to the second round.
Celtic will face Macedonian side Shkendija or Nomme Kalju of Estonia in the next stage of Champions League qualification if they manage to see off Bosnian champions Sarajevo.
In the Europa League, Rangers could face their old foes Progres Niederkorn, Irish side Cork City, or Welsh outfit Cardiff Met University if they win against their first round opponents, the victor of Prishtina’s clash with St Joseph’s.
If Kilmarnock beat Connah’s Quay Nomads in their first round qualifier, it’ll earn them a tough clash with Partizan Belgrade, while Aberdeen will face Fola Esch of Luxembourg or Chikhura Sachkhere of Georgia if they make it past Finnish side RoPS.
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