Saints to face Turks

St Johnstone handed Eskisehirspor tie

Last Updated: June 25, 2012 3:11pm

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SPL St Johnstone have been drawn against Turkish side Eskisehirspor in their Europa League qualifier.

The Saints, who qualified through the league thanks to Hearts' Scottish Cup Final success, will join the European competition at the second qualifying round.
And they will face Kris Boyd's former club Eskisehirspor over two legs, although things could change as the Turkish side's participation remains
subject to a Court of Arbitration for Sport decision.
Subject to that case they could also face Bursaspor.
Elsewhere, Northern Ireland's Crusaders, Cliftonville and Portadown learned their opponents for the first round.
Crusaders face a tough looking task against Rosenborg, Cliftonville face Kalmar whilst Portadown will play FK Skendija from Macedonia.
There are also three Welsh teams in the shape of Cefn Druids, Llanelli and Bangor City, who also join in the first round.
Druids face Finnish side Myllykosken Pallo-47, Llanelli play KuPS Kuopio also of Finland, whilst Bangor come up against Moldovan side Zimbru Chisinau.
Ireland's St Patrick's Athletic and Bohemians were also in the draw and they will both face Icelandic opposition in the shape of Vestmannaeyja and Thor Akureyri, respectively.

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