West Ham will face FC Astra Giurgiu or Romania in the Europa League third qualifying round after surviving penalties in Malta on Thursday.
The Premier League side played with 10 men for over an hour against Birkirkara after James Tomkins was sent off, and will resume their campaign at home next Thursday.
FC Astra advanced after a goalless draw with Inverness, going through 1-0 on aggregate.
Aberdeen are the only Scottish team remaining and will face Kairat Almaty of Kazakstan in the third...
Southampton will face Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem in the third qualifying round of the Europa League, while West Ham were handed a potential tie against Scottish Premiership side Inverness Caledonian Thistle should they both progress.
Saints finished seventh in the Premier League last season and so were among the sides for Friday's draw in Nyon, Switzerland.
The fixture will see Southampton manager Ronald Koeman return to the Netherlands, where he previously managed Vitesse before moving to England.
MOSCOW -- The billionaire owner of Russian club Krasnodar has accused UEFA of stifling the growth of football in Eastern Europe with financial fair play (FFP) restrictions.
Supermarket tycoon Sergei Galitsky's money has turned Krasnodar, who he founded in 2008, into a team challenging for a place in next season's Champions League.
Last week, however, that spending also earned Krasnodar punishment under financial fair play rules, introduced to stop clubs from spending beyond their means.
Inter Milan and Roma are among several clubs who have agreed to pay fines and have their European squad sizes limited for upcoming seasons after breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
The Italian giants are two of 10 clubs who UEFA announced on Friday had accepted individual settlement agreements with the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) following an investigation into 'non-compliance of FFP break-even regulations'.