Celtic: Five possible opponents in Champions League play-off

Scott Brown playing for Celtic against Qarabag
Celtic beat Qarabag 1-0 on aggregate to reach the play-off round

Celtic could face a trip to either Albania, Israel, Kazakhstan, Serbia or Sweden in the Champions League play-off round.

Ronny Deila's side are one of the five seeded teams in the champions' side of the Friday's draw.

Skenderbeu Korce, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Astana, Partizan Belgrade and Malmo are the unseeded teams.

A 1-0 aggregate win over Azerbaijan side Qarabag secured Celtic's play-off place.

Albania's Skenderbeu beat Milsami Orhei of Moldova 4-0 on aggregate while Israel's Maccabi were 3-2 winners over Viktoria Plzen.

Kazakh side Astana overcame HJK of Finland 4-3 over two legs, Serbia's Partizan beat Romania's Steaua Bucharest 5-3 on aggregate and Swedes Malmo came back from a two-goal first-leg deficit to beat Austria's Salzburg 3-2.

Manchester United are one of the seeded teams in the non-champions section of the draw, with CSKA Moscow, Lazio, Brugges, Monaco and Rapid Vienna their potential opponents.

The dates for play-off first leg are 18 and 19 August with the second legs taking place on 25 and 26 August.

With winning teams progressing to the group stage, the losing sides will enter the group stage of the Europa League.