Israeli champions Hapoel Be’erSheva will face a trip to Turkey having been drawn against Besiktas in their last 32 tie of the Europa League.

The two-legged tie takes place in February, with the first leg set to be played in Israel.

The tie is set to be played under heavy security, particularly in light of the terror attacks which took place outside the Turkish club’s stadium on Saturday night, where two bombs killed 38 people.