Celtic off to Poland or Republic of Ireland if Icemen are beaten

CELTIC will face Legia Warsaw or St Patrick's Athletic in the Champions League third qualifying round ... if they can finish the job against KR Reykjavik next week.

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Ronny Deila's side will face Irish or Polish opponents if they get past KR Reykjavik
Ronny Deila's side will face Irish or Polish opponents if they get past KR Reykjavik

Ronny Deila's side take a 1-0 lead into the second leg at Murrayfield after Callum McGregor netted the only goal of the game in Iceland.

The draw for the next round was made in Nyon this morning and the Hoops have been handed a trip to Poland or the Republic of Ireland as they look to progress to the play-off round.

The first leg between the Hoops' opponents finished 1-1, but it is the Irish side who have the advantage thanks to Christy Fagan's away goal.


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