Shamrock Rovers' late-night penalty heroics saw them join Dundalk in the second qualifying round of the Europa League, although the Irish clubs are in separate sections of the draw.

The Hoops came through 12-11 on sudden death penalty kicks against Finnish outfit Ilves at Tallaght to earn a spot in Monday's draw at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.

By contrast, the Lilywhites were one of just four seeded clubs who failed to progress through the first round of the Champions League qualifiers.

As such, Shamrock Rovers are going to be in the main draw, while Dundalk are in the champions' route.

For the Tallaght club, Monday's draw could throw up a high-profile club, with potential opponents including the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, AC Milan, and Rangers.

They'll be joined on the unseeded side of the proceedings by Coleraine, who shocked Maribor on Thursday.

Things might be a bit more straight forward for Filippo Giovagnoli's Dundalk, with Connah's Quay Nomads (Wales), Floriana (Malta), and Tre Fiori (San Marino) among the 10 possibilities in the hat for them.

They can't meet Linfield, who also failed to progress in the Champions League, losing 1-0 to Legia Warsaw due to the Belfast club's high co-efficient.

All of this season's qualifying round games will be played behind closed doors, with the next round set to take place on 17 September.