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Aberdeen will face Spanish side Real Sociedad if they can overcome Groningen in their second qualifying round of the Europa League.

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Aberdeen's Adam Rooney (left) in action against Gronigen at Pittodrie

Aberdeen's Adam Rooney (left) in action against Gronigen at Pittodrie

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Sociedad, who finished seventh in La Liga last season, will host the first leg of the third-round tie on 31 July with the return scheduled for 7 August.

Aberdeen drew 0-0 with Groningen in the first leg of their second-round clash. 

St Johnstone will tackle Zestafoni of Georgia or Slovakian side Spartak Trnava if they can convert their 1-1 draw in their second-round first-leg tie with Lucern into an aggregate victory in Perth on 24 July.

If Motherwell get past their Icelandic opponents Stjarnan - they drew the first leg 2-2 at Fir Park - their reward will be a match with either Nomme Kalju of Estonia or Poland's Lech Poznan.

UEFA Europa League third qualifying round draw:

Karabukspor v Rosenborg/Sligo Rovers
Chornomorets v RNK Split/Hapoel Beer Sheva
Lucerne/St Johnstone v FC Zestafoni/FC Spartak Trnava
Mainz v RoPS/Asteras Tripolis
Litex Lovech/Diosgyor VTK v Sillamae Kalev/Krasnodar
Mlada Boleslav/Siroki Brijeg v Lyon
AS Trencin/Vojvodina v Hull City
Buducnost Podgorica/Omonia Nicosia v Metalurg/Zeljeznicar Sarajevo
Torino v Brommapojkarna/Crusaders
PSV v Botev Plovdiv/SKN St Polten
Motherwell /Stjarnan v Nomme Kalju/Lech Poznan
Laci/FC Zarya Lugansk v Molde FK/HiT Gorica
FK Sarajevo/Haugesund v Atromitos
Real Sociedad v Aberdeen/FC Groningen
Astana/Hapoel Tel-Aviv FC  v Linfield/AIK
Zulte Waregem/Zawisza Bydgoszcz v Derry City FC/Shakhtyor
Cukaricki Belgrade/SV Grodig v CSKA Sofia/FC Zimbru
FC Astra Giurgiu v MFK Kosice/Liberec
Ruch Chorzow/FC Vaduz v Kairat Almaty/Esbjerg
Dinamo Moscow v Hapoel Kiryat Shmona
Young Boys v Ermis Aradippou
IF Elfsborg/Inter Baku v Neman/FH Hafnarfjordur
Petrolul Ploiesti /Flamurtari Vlore v Plzen
Vikingur/Tromso v Rijeka/Ferencvaros
Dinamo Minsk/MyPa v CFR Cluj-Napoca/FK Jagodina
Neftchi/Koper v Bursaspor/Chikhura Sachkhere
Gyori/IFK Goteborg v Rio Ave
Club Brugge v Brondby
FK Atlantas/Shakhtyor Karagandy v Dundalk/Hajduk Split

Ties to be played 31 July and 7 August

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