Antrim's Jordan Brown will face Mark Selby in the opening round of the World Snooker Championship, which begins on Friday in Sheffield.
Brown clinched his place at his first ever Crucible tournament by defeating Ryan Day in the final qualifying round.
Selby has won the tournament three times, most recently in 2017.
The other Antrim man in the field, Mark Allen is to battle it out with Jamie Clarke.
Defending champion Judd Trump is to open up against Tom Ford, with five-time winner Ronnie O'Sullivan to face Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh.
There are some classic battles to look forward to, with John Higgins to meet Matthew Stevens and Mark Williams to take on Alan McManus.
The conqueror of Ken Doherty, Mark King, is to meet China's Ding Junhui.
Liang Wenbo, who knocked out Fergal O'Brien, will face Neil Robertson.
Spectators will be allowed into the arena, but the number will be limited and players will be behind screens.
Here is the World Snooker Championship draw in full: