Welsh Premier League
Published 20th June 2011
....game on Saturday - in the Europa League first qualifying round.
The Reds from north Belfast ran out 2-1 winners in a warm-up meeting at Park Hall but the next meeting between the sides will be for real.
Both sides play their home games on 3G artificial surfaces, so Tommy Breslin's side won't fear their second visit to Oswestry, and both met CSKA Sofia in last season's competition.
The men from Northern Ireland lost 5-1 on aggregate to the Bulgarians in the third qualifying round, with the Saints losing 5-2 to the same opponents in the next stage - and both sides lodged unsuccessful protests over the eligibility of Sofia's international midfielder Spas Delev.
Cliftonville's Solitude home, which once staged internationals, is now restricted to a capacity of just over 2,000.
The winners of the tie will face Danish side FC Midtjylland, who beat Bangor City in the 2008/09 UEFA Cup.
Meanwhile, Neath's first-ever European adventure will be to Norway after being drawn to face Aalesund FK, who won the Norwegian Cup for the first time in 2009 to qualify for the Europa League.
Neath will face either Ulisses of Armenia or Ferencvaros of Hungary if they beat Aalesund, who qualified via the Fair Play route and currently lie third in their domestic league. Last season, the Norwegians were beaten 4-1 on aggregate by Motherwell, who faced Llanelli in 2009/10.
The Reds, who enter at the second qualifying round stage, face a tough task against the winners of the tie between Georgians Dinamo Tbilisi and Milsami of Moldova.