Motherwell’s Europa League qualifier in opposition to Hapoel Beer Sheva will happen in Israel subsequent week despite the nation being in lockdown.
President Benjamin Netanyahu’s restrictions began on Friday following a spike in Covid-19 circumstances.
Beer Sheva are due to host the Scottish Premiership membership on Thursday in a one-off third qualifying spherical match.
And BBC Scotland has been advised the Israeli FA has given assurances to Uefa the tie will go forward as deliberate.
“Uefa has obtained affirmation from the Football Association of Israel that every one Uefa competitors matches can go-ahead in Israel as scheduled underneath the necessities set by the Uefa Return to Play Protocol,” a governing physique spokesman mentioned.
While the sport will happen in Israel, it’s scheduled not to be held in Hapoel’s Turner Stadium due to work being carried out to the bottom.
Instead, it’s doubtless the tie shall be performed on the Hamoshava Stadium in Petah Tikva, 70 miles north of Beer Sheva on the outskirts of Tel Aviv.
Earlier this week the Israeli FA mentioned they did “not anticipate an issue” fulfilling their European Championship play-off subsequent month for the same cause.
Steve Clarke’s facet are due to host Israel at Hampden on 8 October, with the visiting nation’s authorities lockdown not lifting till after the fixture.
Motherwell reached the third spherical after a nerve-jangling penalty shooutout win away to Coleraine on Thursday, whereas the Israeli’s got here from behind to defeat Laci of Albania.