Tottenham Hotspur need to see off Cypriots AEL Limassol to reach the group stage of the Europa League, while Hull City meet Belgian side Lokeren in the play-off round.
Both English sides have been drawn away from home for the first legs, played on Thursday 21st August, with the home return legs a week later.
We'll be a lot better in our next game - we are still just over a week away from the start of the (domestic) season.Steve Bruce
AEL dropped into the Europa League after losing 3-1 on aggregate to Zenit St Petersburg in the third qualifying round of the Champions League, with the Limassol outfit currently managed by Bulgarian Ivaylo Petev.
In 2012/13 AEL, who have never faced Spurs before, reached the group stages of the Europa League, but finished bottom of a pool which was comprised of themselves, Marseille, Fenerbahce and Borussia Monchengladbach.
Hull, meanwhile, can look forward to their clash with Lokeren after defeating Odu Trencin of Slovakia 2-1 on aggregate to win their first-ever tie in European football.
Boss Steve Bruce was relieved to see a late Sone Aluko goal send his side through and is confident that they will improve against Lokeren.
He told the club's official website: "We'll be a lot better in our next game - we are still just over a week away from the start of the (domestic) season.
"People think it is a given when you play against teams from places like Slovakia, but they were a good side with good players."
The Tigers can be backed at 1/1 to be relegated from the Premier League this season, with Sunderland 1/1 and Aston Villa 1/1.
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