The three Greek sides left in the Europa League will face opposition of varying strength in the play-off stage, with PAOK’s tie against Turkish side Fenerbahce standing out.

AEK have been drawn against Scottish Cup winners Dundee United, while Aris will face the Austrian side Austria Vienna after negotiating the third qualifying round.

Cypriot side Anorthosis have drawn CSKA Moscow, Omonia have drawn Ukranian side Metalist Kharkiv and APOEL have drawen Spanish side Getafe.

The two-legged ties will take place on 19 and 26 August, subject to change.

The draw for Greek and Cypriot sides in the play-off rounds is:

CSKA Moscow (Russia) v Anorthosis Famagusta (Cyprus)

Aris (Greece) v Austria Vienna (Austria)

Omonia (Cyprus) v Metalist Kharkiv (Ukraine)

Getafe (Spain) v APOEL Nicosia (Cyprus)

Dundee United (Scotland) v AEK Athens (Greece)

PAOK (Greece) v Fenerbahce (Turkey)