Great Britain will face Luxembourg in their Euro/Africa Zone Davis Cup group one second-round tie in April.
Henman is expected to lead Great Britain's bid
Team GB were given a bye through the first round but will now meet Luxembourg away on 9-11 April after they beat Finland 4-1.
The venue was decided by lot, with the minnows winning the right to host it.
Britain's charge looks set to be led by Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski, if the number two clears his name at his drugs hearing for testing positive on Monday.
Rusedski will state his case to the ATP after failing a test for nandrolone in July last year.
Henman is currently ranked 11th in the world, while Rusedski is 101st.
Luxembourg's highest-ranked player is former junior world number one Gilles Muller, who is 167th in the ATP rankings.