Burnley have been handed a tie with Aberdeen in the second qualifying round of the Europa League.
Last season, Sean Dyche’s side were the surprise package of the Premier League and the Clarets’ reward for finishing in seventh place is an all-British tie with Aberdeen.
The first leg will take place at the Scottish side’s home Pittodrie on July 26 with the return fixture being staged at Turf Moor on August 2.
Rangers will face either Petrocub or Osijek if they successfully overcome Macedonian side Shkupi in the first qualifying round, which takes place on July 12 and July 19, while Hibernian will play Asteras Tripolis if they defeat Runavik.
The winner of the tie between Cliftonville and Nordsjaelland will face either Shamrock Rovers or AIK, while Coleraine will play Sparta Prague if they can get the better of Spartak Subotica.
Connah’s Quay face the prospect of meeting Lech Poznan if they can overcome Shakhtyor Soligorsk and the Polish giants can beat Gandzasar-Kapan.