Teams in the new-look OFC Champions League know now what stands between them and continental glory following confirmation of the draw on Friday.
The tournament has undergone a change of format for the 2014 edition with a group stage format introduced that will see 12 teams from eight OFC nations fight it out for a place in the home and away semi-finals scheduled for April 26/27 and May 3/4.
The group stage format will be hosted in Ba, Lautoka and Nadi, in Fiji, from 7 - 15 April, 2014.
Group B matches another Tahitian club, AS Dragon, in a pool alongside Amicale of Vanuatu, defending champions Auckland City FC and one of the two host clubs Nadi.
The group winners advance to the semi-finals joined by the group runner-up with the best record.
The OFC Champions League final is scheduled for 10/11 May, 2014, at a venue yet to be determined.
The winner of the OFC Champions League represents the OFC at the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2014.