Played over two legs, both matches will be played at the Jalan Besar Stadium with South the designated home team for the first leg.

The Victorian powerhouse scored a 2-1 win over Gombak United in May courtesy of goals from Daniel Vasilevski and Joseph Youssef.

The club has struggled to regain top form since coming home, fighting for a top five spot in the Victorian Premier League.

Former Melbourne Victory man Sutee Suksomkit scored a brace in Bangkok's 5-3 win over Singapore Armed Forces in the preliminary round.

The first leg will be played on October 5, with the second aired across South East Asia three days later.

The winner of the tie will face the winner of the clash between Kitchee SC and Etoile FC.