CELTIC could face Romanian side Cluj yet again in the Europa League play-off, with the draw scheduled to take place later today.

Neil Lennon's side will still have to negotiate their way past one of Riga and Tre Fiori in the third round but should they do so, then they will then take part in a one-legged play-off with a place in the group stages up for grabs.

The draw for the final round of qualifying will take place in Nyon, Switzerland this afternoon, and the list of clubs the Scottish champions could face has now been confirmed.

No two sides from the same country can be drawn together, meaning that Neil Lennon's men cannot be paired with the winners of Willem II v Rangers, Sporting v Aberdeen or Hapoel Be'er Sheva v Motherwell.

Celtic will not be seeded for the draw, meaning the Parkhead club could find themselves with a tricky tie.

The five clubs that drop down from the Champions League will be seeded, however, and will be drawn against unseeded sides. The remaining clubs will then be paired together in an open draw.

UEFA have since separated the draw into three groups, with Celtic included in Group 2.

That means the two seeded sides are Dinamo Brest and Red Star Belgrade - who cannot be drawn together - with Ludogorets, Celtic/Riga, Sarajevo/Budućnost Podgorica and Ararat-Armenia/Celje making up the rest of the group.