Hearts Hibs Learn ECL Fate in Draw With Servette Or Genk


Record Sport will bring you all of the details as they surface. The draw will take place around 11am.

Michael Beale would prefer that his side avoid travelling to Slovakia; however, should they beat Dnipro-1 they may face Panathinaikos again on August 22 or 23rd in a return tie.


Michael Beale and his players are just four games away from making it to the Champions League group stage after drawing against Servette or Genk in their third qualifying round tie, set for August 8/9 at Ibrox and 15 August back at Cegeka Arena (either Switzerland or Belgium).

West Ham tried their hardest to equalize and came within an inch of finding one twice in as many minutes! Bryan Heynen headed a corner at goal, prompting Areola to tip his effort over. Joseph Paintsil then threaded a pass through to Junya Ito but his pass ended up going over the crossbar instead.

Rangers’ home advantage will be key as they have struggled on the road in previous matches, making the first leg at Ibrox all the more crucial. Meanwhile, the Europa League draw will take place shortly and feature some top names – we will bring all of these updates live to Record Sport viewers!

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Servette are Michael Beale’s opponents in the third qualifying round. Servette won their second leg 4-1 through spot kicks against wasteful Genk to book their place at Ibrox next week; among their roster are several intriguing players such as Cameroonia midfielder Gael Ondoua who could pose a formidable test to Michael Beale and Co.

These teams have never faced off before, yet Servette are formidable opponents – having won championships in three consecutive seasons since 2022!

Hibs will have their fans backing them as they face Andorran minnows Inter D’Escaldes in Andorra but Lee Johnson will face an uphill task against much better opposition should his side overcome them and reach FC Luzern or Djurgardens – should that happen, Hibs will travel there on August 8/9 and then again between 15/16. A draw was held this morning in Nyon to decide this tie and will take place August 8/9 with return dates set for 15/16.

Sturm Graz

Fans are slowly making their way into the stadium while players prepare to warm-up in their dressing rooms. Make sure to follow VAVEL for updates, commentaries and analysis from this Champions League qualifier match-up!

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After dropping from the Premier League at the end of last season, Sturm Graz were given a Champions League qualifier draw – and their manager Christian Ilzer has expressed interest in meeting Rangers in particular.

Timothe Cognat was instrumental for Swiss outfit FC Basel as they battled Genk to a 1-1 draw last week. Timothe had to step in as the replacement keeper on the hour mark after Jeremy Frick was injured; Joel Mall kept a clean sheet with impressive saves from both Patrik Hrosovsky and Tolu Arokadare to preserve a pointless draw for FC Basel.

Gers and Sturm Graz first came face-to-face under Dick Advocaat 23 years ago at Ibrox where the Gers were victorious 5-0, an unusual victory as their son Max Johnston may even join Sturm Graz if drawn together – an Austrian club has offered Max Johnston a five figure weekly deal and signing on fees, suggesting he may sign with them permanently.


Last season, Edinburgh were runners-up behind rival Celtic in the Scottish Premiership but now face an uphill struggle to make it to the group stages in this season’s Champions League competition. If they make it through, they have been drawn against either Servette or Genk in a third qualifying round match-up in an attempt to reach group stage competition.

Last term, both teams met in the first qualifying round of this competition; Servette emerged victorious thanks to goals scored by Mike Tresor and Timothe Cognat – while Genk fell by an identical scoreline at 2-0 to Swiss side Servette thanks to goals scored by Patrik Hrosovsky and Toluwalase Arokodare respectively.

Ibrox will host the first leg of their European qualification tie against Norway on August 8/9 before playing a second leg away a week later in Belgium or Switzerland. Michael Beale’s newly assembled squad will look to improve on last season’s third-round qualifier and play-off exit against Marseille and PSV Eindhoven; any defeat at home against Norwegian opposition would be seen as an irreparable blow against their European ambitions.

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