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Celtic Learn Who They Could Play in UCL Second Qualifying Round.. and it’s Good News

Celtic Learn Who They Could Play in UCL Second Qualifying Round.. and it’s Good News

Celtic know who they could play in the second qualifying round of the Champions League if they manage to beat FK Sarajevo in the first round.

Neil Lennon’s side yesterday found out that they would play against the Bosnian outfit in their first match of qualifying.

And now they know they’ll be heading to either Estonia or Macedonia in the next round if they go through.

Their potential Estonian opponents are Nomme Kalju while their Macedonian opponents would be Shkendija.

Kalju won the Estonian league last season, beating FCI Levadia by two points as they failed to lose a single game to clinch their second title ever.

Shkendija also won their league last season, but romped to the title with a 35-point advantage over Vardar.

Both should be challenges for Celtic, however you should assume that Lennon’s side will be too strong for either side and ensure a safe passage through to the third qualifying round.

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