F91 Dudelange are one step closer to once again qualifying for the group stage of the Europa League.
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F91 Dudelange are just two matches away from qualifying again for the group stage of the Europa League.
Luxembourg champions F91 Dudelange came away from Estonia with a 1-0 victory on Tuesday evening to win their Europa League qualifying round three tie with Nõmme Kalju of Tallinn 4-1 on aggregate.
A goal in the 56th minute from midfielder Daniel Sinani gave the Luxembourg side enough to progress, especially as they were playing against ten men following Vladyslav Khomutov’s 35th minute red card.
Dudelange will now face either Saburtalo Tbilisi from Georgia or FC Ararat-Armenia in the fourth and final round of qualifying. They play their second leg match in the Georgian capital on Wednesday evening, with Saburtalo leading 2-1 from the away leg.
If they do face Saburtalo, Dudelange will probably come up against Levan Kenia, the Georgian national team player who was with the Luxembourg champions during the 2018-19 season.