Scandinavian tests for Scots

Hibernian and St Johnstone will face trips to Scandinavia after Thursday's Europa League qualifying results.

Last Updated: 12/07/13 at 09:03 Post Comment

Hibernian and St Johnstone will face Scandinavian opposition in their Europa Lea

Hibernian and St Johnstone will face Scandinavian opposition in their Europa Lea

Scottish Cup runners up Hibs will play Malmo, who beat Drogheda 2-0 to progress by the same aggregate score over the Irish club.

St Johnstone will play Rosenborg after their 9-3 aggregate victory over Crusaders - with the Norwegian side claiming a 7-2 second-leg win in Trondheim.

Rosenborg v St Johnstone and Malmo v Hibernian will take place on 18 July with the Scottish clubs hosting the second-leg ties on 25 July.

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