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Premiership

POSSIBLE POLISH TRIP FOR BLUES

09 Aug 2020
football
Linfield have been drawn away to Polish champions Legia Warsaw should they progress in the Champions League.
 
David Healy's side will learn their fate on Tuesday when they face Kosovan side Drita in the Preliminary Round mini-tournament final in Nyon, Switzerland. The winner of that tie will then travel to Poland for a First Qualifying Round single leg game played behind closed doors on an as yet unconfirmed date. 
 
Goals from Bastien Hery and Christy Manzinga helped the Blues to a 2-0 semi-final victory over Tre Fiori on Saturday, while Drita defeated Andorran outfit Inter Club d'Escaldes in the other game.
 
If Linfield lose against Drita on Tuesday evening they will then drop into the Europa League Second Qualifying Round.