Scotland flanker Ally Hogg is looking forward to locking horns with international team-mates Simon Taylor and Hugo Southwell in this season's European Cup.
Hogg's Edinburgh were drawn in the same group as Bath, Stade Francais and Ulster, meaning they will face two former 'Black and Red' stars.
No.8 Taylor - a rival of Hogg's for a place in the Scotland back row - left Edinburgh for Paris a couple of seasons ago and full-back Southwell joined him at the start of this summer.
Pool Four is a well-balanced group with all four sides likely to be competitive and the likelihood is that it will be a very tight contest for quarter-final spots.
Bath and Ulster won the competition in its early years while star-studded Stade have lost in the final twice.
Hogg said: "I think it is a really good draw for Edinburgh. We know it will be tough, but we¹ve got a good chance and everyone will be looking forward to the challenge.
"I¹ve never played Stade before, so that should be interesting, especially with Simon Taylor and Shuggy (Hugo Southwell) there.
"We beat Bath in a warm-up match last season, although they will be very difficult to beat and we know Ulster really well from our meetings in the Celtic League."