Czech football league and cup champions Sparta Prague will face Estonian league winners Levadia Tallinn next Tuesday as the first hurdle in their to play in the prestigious Champions League. The Estonians beat San Marino club La Fioritu 7:0 at home on Tuesday night to take the two-match fixture 8:0. Sparta will play at home in Prague Tuesday with the return match in Estonia a week later.
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