Hearts will head to Malta in next round of Europa League if they can see off FC Infonet



HEARTS will face a trip to Malta in the second qualifying round of the Europa League if they can progress past FC Infonet in Estonia.

Should they build on their first-leg 2-1 victory over Infonet, the Jambos will take on Birkirkara after the Maltese Premier League side defeated Siroki Brijeg of Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-1 on aggregate.


With the match finely poised following a 1-1 draw in the first-leg in Bosnia, Birkirkara won 2-0 on home soil on Tuesday night.

A first-half strike from Serbian midfielder Srdjan Dimitrov and a second-half own goal from Stipo Markovic sent the Stripes through.

The surprise result could be welcome news for Hearts, who may find a trip to Malta – with the first-leg away next week – preferable to Bosnia and Herzegovina should they progress.


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