WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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AFTER playing alongside each other in last season's Europa League, the Cieslewicz brothers are destined to go head-to-head in the Champions League after The New Saints were drawn to face opponents from the Faroe Islands in the first qualifying round.

Lukasz Cieslewicz currently plays as a striker for B36 Torshavn while brother Adrian is expected to feature for the Welsh Premier champions against the club he left a year ago to join the Park Hall outfit.

Former Wrexham winger Adrian turned out alongside his brother Lukasz for B36 as his side suffered a late home defeat to Linfield in the Europa League last year.

TNS should start favourites to beat the Faroese who faced Linfield of Northern Ireland in 2012 and 2014, losing in a penalty shoot out and then on a 3-2 aggregate scoreline last year.

Should Craig Harrison's bank a further 300,000 by progressing to the second qualifying round they will fave Videoton of Hungary.

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24 March 2017

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