The fixtures were announced at the draw ceremony of the AFC Champions League as well as AFC Cup in Kuala Lumpur today.
Should Pune win their first encounter, they will then play face Thai side Muangthong United in the second round that will take place on 8 February in Bangkok.
If Mike Snoei manages to guide his troops past the second round as well, their next game will take them to Melbourne on 15 February to play Australian side Melbourne Victory for a spot in the main round of the AFC Champions League.
In the event that the Red Lizards make it through to that stage, they will be drawn alongside Guangzhou Evergrande (China), Knockout Champion (Japan) and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (South Korea) in Group G.
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