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UEFA Europa League: Hajduk v Inter on 2 August

27.07.2012 09.55 by TM W  read 1520
Source: Inter.it
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Croatian side Hajduk Split will be Inter's opponents in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League, to be played over two legs on 2 and 9 August.

The Croatians were beaten by Skonto last night in the second qualifying round return leg but will face Andrea Stramaccioni's side thanks to their 2-0 first-leg victory.

Hajduk Split's request to invert the order of the home and away legs has been accepted. The first leg will therefore take place at Poljud Stadion in Split on Thursday 2 August (20:30 kick-off), with the return leg being held at the Stadio Meazza on Thursday 9 August at 20:45.

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