Wales' four regions have learned who they will be facing in the new European rugby competitions next season.
The Scarlets will play reigning European champions Toulon in a tough European Rugby Champions Cup pool.
The Ospreys are grouped with English Premiership winners Northampton in the premier club competition.
Cardiff Blues and Newport Gwent Dragons will play in the second tier competition, the European Rugby Challenge Cup.
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