CELTIC will have to wait a little longer to discover who their opponents in the third round of the Europa League qualifiers will be after Riga's second-round clash with Tre Fiori was abandoned on Thursday afternoon.

The two sides went in at half-time with the scores level at 0-0 when the officials decided to call off the match due to extreme conditions, with the wind blowing so powerfully that a floodlight at the Latvian stadium smashed.

The qualifier has now been rescheduled to go ahead on Friday morning, where the winners will go on to face Neil Lennon's side in the next round.