Atlético Madrid have been drawn against Benfica, Galatasaray and Astana in the group stages of this season’s UEFA Champions League.
The draw will mean a return to the Estádio da Luz for Atlético, the venue of the 2014 Champions League final against Real Madrid.
The match-up with Benfica also means that Raúl Jiménez could line up at the Vicente Calderón a lot sooner than he expected, after Atlético sold him to Portugal this summer.
A tough trip to Turkey also awaits Cholo’s men, although the two times Atleti have travelled to Galatasaray both ended up in victories for los Rojiblancos.
The last was in 2010, when a last minute winner from Diego Forlan was enough to see Atleti through into the next round of the Europa League.
You might remember Atlético lifting the trophy that season, beating Fulham in the final in Hamburg.
FC Astana round off the group, and become the first team from Kazakhstan to ever play in the group stages of the Champions League.
Confirmed fixtures are as follows:
Tuesday 15th September: Galatasaray vs. Atlético
Wednesday 30th September: Atlético vs. Benfica
Wednesday 21st October: Atlético vs. Astana
Tuesday 3rd November: Astana vs. Atlético
Wednesday 25th November: Atlético vs. Galatasaray
Tuesday 8th December: Benfica vs. Atlético
So who’s up for a trip to Kazakshtan?