Aberdeen, Celtic and Rangers are in European action
Aberdeen play Georgians Chikhura Sachkhere, Celtic are up against Estonian champions Nomme Kalju while Rangers will once again take on Progres Niederkorn of Luxembourg.
The Hoops could face a rematch with the Slovenians, who knocked Ronny Deila's Hoops side out of the Champions League in 2014 PAOK have extensive experience of Europe, having made 186 appearances in four competitions. They played Rangers in the 1998/99 season. The Irish side are a potential opponent for Celtic, and won plaudits for their performances in the 2016/17 Europa League group stage Celtic have played Hapoel Be'er Sheva and Hapoel Tel Aviv in Europe but are yet to face Maccabi Tel Aviv. Will they meet in 2019? Celtic recorded a 6-2 aggregate win over Red Star in the 1968/69 European Cup and the teams could meet again more than 50 years later. Celtic knocked the Azerbaijani team out in the 2015/16 Champions League qualifiers (before later losing to Malmo). Could they meet again? The Dons could face a rematch with Rijeka, who they knocked out four years ago. Derek McInnes' side could be drawn to face Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven It could be an all-UK affair with Kilmarnock's conquerors Connah's Quay a potential opponent in the next round The Dons could meet Eintracht Frankfurt, 40 years after the Germans knocked Aberdeen out of the UEFA Cup Aberdeen could face 1966 European Cup finalists Partizan Belgrade. The Serbian side has faced Celtic and Rangers in European competition before. Rangers could face Dutch opponents in AZ Alkmaar The Gers could be drawn to face seasoned European campaigners Legia Warsaw of Poland Denmark could provide the opposition for Steven Gerrard's side with Midtjylland in the mix Belgian side Gent could be paired with the Light Blues There's a 1 in 5 chance of a Battle of Britain clash between Rangers and Wolves