PV Sindhu will open her campaign against South Korea's Sung Ji Hyun, while Saina Nehwal takes on Scotland's Kristy Gilmour in the first round.
Indian shuttlers, including P V Sindhu and Saina Nehwal, have been handed tough draws at the All England Championships, where the country has not won a title in the last 18 years.
Olympic and World Championship silver medallist Sindhu, who had reached the semi-finals last year, will open her campaign against South Korea's Sung Ji Hyun, while Indonesia Masters champion Saina takes on Scotland's Kristy Gilmour in the first round of World Tour Super 1000 tournament, which begins in Birmingham, on March 6.
Both Sindhu and Saina are currently playing at the Senior National Championships and will head straight to Birmingham from Guwahati for the prestigious tournament.
Sindhu will have to be cautious against Hyun, who had defeated her at the Hong Kong Open last year. If she gets past Hyun, the Indian is likely to face third seed Chen Yufei in the quarter-final.
Former World No. 1 Saina, who had reached the All England final in 2015, made a good start to the new season with a semi-final finish at the Malaysia Masters and a title win at Indonesia.
But the London Olympics bronze medallist is expected to face World No. 1 Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei in the quarter-finals. Saina has lost her last 11 encounters against Tai, who had an injury-marred end to the last season.
The Indian duo will also fancy their chances after three-time world champion Carolina Marin of Spain has been ruled out due to the knee injury suffered during the Indonesia Masters final.
In the men's singles, Kidambi Srikanth, who missed the Senior Nationals due to a minor issue with his ankle, will take on Frenchman Brice Leverdez in the opening round. He is likely to meet World No. 1 Kento Momota in the quarter-finals. The seventh seeded Indian had lost to Momota five times last season.
Sameer Verma, who reached the semi-finals at World Tour Finals, will start his campaign against former World No. 1 Viktor Axelsen of Denmark.
Among others, B Sai Praneeth and H S Prannoy will face each other in the opening round with the winner likely to take on Indonesia's Anthony Ginting.
The Indian women's doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnapa and N Sikki Reddy will be meeting seventh-seeded Japanese duo of Shiho Tanaka and Koharu Yonemoto, while Meghana Jakkampudi and Poorvisha S Ram will square up against Russia's Ekaterina Bolotova and Alina Davletova.
In the men's doubles, National champion Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy will face China's Ou Xuanyi and Ren Xiangyu in the first round.
The last time an Indian had won the All England Championship was way back in 2001 by current national coach Pullela Gopichand, while Prakash Padukone was the first from the country to win the coveted crown in 1980.