Hearts will face Tottenham Hotspur in a Battle of Britain in the Europa League play-off qualifying round.
Paulo Sergio's team are currently scheduled to host the English Premier League side first at Tynecastle on August 18, before travelling to White Hart Lane a week later on August 25.
Hearts defeated Paks 5-2 on aggregate to get to the final stage before the Europa League group stages, with Spurs going directly into this round through their league placing last term.
Harry Redknapp's team were Champions League quarter finalists last term, eventually going out to Real Madrid, having knocked out AC Milan in the round of 16.
They finished fifth in last season's English Premier League, missing out on a spot in the Champions League by finishing six points behind rivals Arsenal.
Spurs' squad requires little introduction with star players such as Welsh left winger Gareth Bale, Dutch maestro Rafael van der Vaart, South African midfielder Steven Pienaar and England internationals Aaron Lennon, Jermaine Jenas, Ledley King, Peter Crouch and Jermaine Defoe.