Hapoel Tel Aviv face a tricky visit to Russia to play Rubin Kazan in the last 32 of the UEFA Europa League.
Rubin were the surprise package of the Champions League group stages, securing a memorable victory over Barcelona at the Nou Camp in October before eventually finishing third in their group.
Hapoel successfully negotiated Group C in the initial stage of the Europa League, winning the group ahead of Hamburg and eliminating Celtic in the process.
The two-leg tie will take place over a week in February, with the first leg on February 18 and the return fixture on February 25.
If successful, Hapoel will face the winners of the Villarreal versus Wolfsburg tie in the last 16.