Roy Hodgson's side will meet the club based in Trabzon, who have won the Turkish league six times, on August 19 and 26.

The play-off is the final hurdle before qualifying for the group stage, with today's draw involving 74 clubs.

Liverpool's big spending Barclays Premier League rivals Manchester City will take on Romanian side FC Timisoara, while Aston Villa will face Rapid Vienna - Austria's most successful club with 32 championships.

The rivals met in the same round last season with Villa crashing out of the competition on away goals.

Italian giants Juventus also have Austrian opposition as they take on Sturm Graz while Palermo will begin at home to Maribor and Napoli face Elfsborg.

Villarreal have been drawn against Dnepr-Transmash, although their participation is still subject to an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport from Mallorca, who were disqualified under UEFA's financial regulations.

Spain's other representatives at this stage, Getafe, have been paired with Cypriot side APOEL Nicosia.

Germany have three clubs in the competition at this stage, with Stuttgart paired with Slovan Bratislava, Bayer Leverkusen facing Tavriya Symferopol and Borussia Dortmund drawing the short straw as they face a long trip to take on Azerbaijani side FK Qarabag.

Paris St Germain will face a testing trip to Israel to play Maccabi Tel Aviv and Lille start away to FC Vaslui, while some of the Dutch contingent also got a challenging draw.

Feyenoord take on Gent and FC Utrecht face Scottish giants Celtic, but PSV Eindhoven will feel more confident about their draw against Sibir while AZ Alkmaar got Aktobe.