Celtic will play AIK of Stockholm in their Europa League play-off qualifier.

The Swedish outfit knocked out opponents FC Sheriff in the third-round tie after a 3-2 scoreline on aggregate.

Rikard Norling's side drew 1-1 on the night to make it through where they'll face Neil Lennon's Celtic.

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The Hoops will still be hurting after their disastrous failure to make it past CFR Cluj in the Champions League.

The ties will take place with the first-leg being played on August 22 and the return one week later.

AIK could be forced to play their home leg in front of a closed home section due to an argument between fans and cops.

The Swedes are also under investigation by UEFA for a separate incident which occurred during their Champions League qualifier with Maribor last month.