Celtic could be reunited with Legia Warsaw in the next round of the Europa League.
Celtic were confirmed as runners-up in their Europa League group on Thursday night, and a potentially unwelcome opponent lies in wait in the last 32.
The SPL side could be drawn with Legia Warsaw, who knocked Celtic out of the Champions League, only to be kicked out on a technicality.
The Poles begged Celtic for a rematch, a request which went unanswered, and then mocked the Scots claiming 'football won', when they were defeated by Maribor.
The draw for the last of the Europa League takes place on Monday, and it could just be fate the two sides are destined to meet again.
The full list of teams Celtic could face is as follows:
Borussia Monchengladbach, Club Brugge, Besiktas, Dynamo Moscow, Inter Milan, Feyenoord, Everton, Napoli, Dynamo Kiev, Fiorentina, Legia Warsaw, Olympiakos, Zenit St Petersburg, Sporting Lisbon, or Athletic Bilbao.
There are some potentially fantastic ties in there, including Everton or Inter Milan, and the re-match with Legia Warsaw could be fun, but it's a grudge match Ronny Deila and his side would probably rather do without.