The Western Sydney Wanderers will learn their group stage opponents for the 2017 AFC Champions League when the draw takes place in Kuala Lumpur at 7pm AEDT.
The Wanderers will return to Asia for a third time after winning the tournament in 2014 and narrowly missing out on a knock-out berth in the 2015 edition.
The Red & Black have qualified for the tournament as runners-up of the 2015/16 Hyundai A-League season and will be joined in the main draw by Adelaide United, with Brisbane Roar aiming to qualify for the group stage via the play-off bracket.
There’s every chance the Wanderers could face some familiar foe during the tournament, with 2014 semi-final opponents FC Seoul and Chinese giants Guangzhou Evergrande both looming as possible match-ups.
Dates and times of the group stage matches will be confirmed shortly after the draw.
You can tune in to a livestream of the draw here tomorrow from 7pm AEDT.
As announced last month, the Wanderers will play out of Campbelltown Stadium for the group stages, with AETOS Capital Group as the front-of-shirt partners for the 2017 campaign.