Spurs paired with Limassol

Tottenham have been drawn against Cypriot side AEL Limassol in the Europa League play-off round.

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Mauricio Pochettino's first European match in charge will see Spurs travel to Cyprus for the first leg on August 21 with the return at White Hart Lane seven days later.

Last season Tottenham made it through the group stages of the Europa League but were eliminated by eventual runners-up Benfica in the last 16.

Hull City, who booked their place in the final qualifying draw with a 2-1 aggregate win over AS Trencin, face a tough task against Belgian side Lokeren.

Like Tottenham, Steve Bruce's side have been drawn away from home in the first leg. 

Legia Warsaw, who were dumped out of the Champions League by UEFA, will meet Kazakh side FC Aktobe.

The Poles beat Celtic 6-1 on aggregate in Champions League qualifying but they were penalised for fielding an ineligible player.

Legia have already declared their intention to appeal after the result of the second leg was changed to a 3-0 defeat, which saw them eliminated on away goals.

Full Draw:

Sarajevo v Borussia Monchengladbach

Spartak Trnava v FC Zurich

Qarabag v FC Twente

RNK Split v Torino

Neftci v FK Partizan

Apollon Limassol v Lokomotiv Moscow

Asteras Tripolis v Maccabi Tel-Aviv

Petrolul Ploeiesti v GNK Dinamo

AC Omonia v Dinamo Moscow

Ruch Chorzow v Metalist Kharkiv

Astana v Villarreal

AEL Limassol v Tottenham

HJK Helsinki v Rapid Vienna

Aktobe v Legia Warsaw

Elfsborg v Rio Ave

Young Boys v Debreceni

Dnipro v Hajduk Split

Trabzonspor v FC Rostov

Lyon v FC Astra

PSV v Shakhtyor Soligorsk

PEC Zwolle v Sparta Prague

Dinamo Minsk v Nacional

Zimbru Chisinau v PAOK

Lokeren v Hull City

Kardemir Karabukspor v Saint-Etienne

Stjarnan v Inter Milan

Panathinaikos v Midtjylland

Feyenoord v Zorya Luhansk

Grasshopper Zurich v Club Bruges

Real Sociedad v Krasnodar

Rijeka v FC Sheriff

Hull fans, Lokeren is a great away day. Just 15-20 minutes on the train from Ghent. Great nightlife. Overpoort straat. Busy every night of the week...
- charming_man

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