CELTIC will face either Cluj from Romania or Israel's Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the third round of qualifying for this year's Champions League, should they overcome Estonia's Nomme Kalju in the second round.

Neil Lennon's side will play the away leg first on either August 6 or 7, with the home leg scheduled for August 13.

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Before then, Celtic will host Nomme Kalju on July 24 before travelling to Tallinn for the return leg on July 7.


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Should Celtic progress through both qualifiers, they will then enter a final play-off round where the winners will advance to the group stages of the Champions League.