AC Milan are all set to find out their first opponent of the 2020-21 Europa League qualification stage, with three teams they could face.
Milan will enter at the second qualifying round stage, and at 13:00 CET on Monday Milan will find out their first opponent in Europe. The draw will be held in Nyon, and there are three opponents possible against whom the Rossoneri should feel pretty confident.
Milan will face one of the following: Hibernians from Malta (who defeated Vaduz in the first round), Shamrock Rovers of Ireland (who beat llves 12-11 on penalties) and Norwegian side FK Bodø-Glimt (who won 6-1 against Kauno Zalgiris).
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the games will be one leg instead of the usual two and will be played at the home ground of the team drawn out first.
On Tuesday, the draws for the third qualifying round will then take place, which will be staged on 24 September, a week after the second round games take place.