AEK was on Monday afternoon paired with Dynamo Kiev in the last 32 of the Europa League, and in the evening it returned to the Super League summit.
The Greek club, which qualified undefeated in the knockout stage of Europe’s second-tier competition, will host the Ukrainian club in the first leg in Athens on February 15.
The second leg will be played on February 22 in Kiev.
The Yellows defeated Kerkyra 3-1 at the Olympic Stadium of Athens to restore their one-point lead from Olympiakos at the top of the Super League table.
Their goals came from Panayiotis Kone and Sergio Araujo plus an own goal by Kerkyra keeper Nikos Giannakopoulos. Fabio Nunes pulled one back for the Corfu team through a late penalty kick.