Draw made for 2020 European Championships

James Messenger

Wales will face Spain for the first time this Autumn after the two were drawn together for the 2020 European Championships. 

The 34th edition of the competition will see two three-team groups, with the winners of each advancing to the final on the weekend of November 7/8.

Reigning champions Wales have been drawn with Spain and Ireland in Group A2, while France, Italy and Scotland are in Group A1.

The Dragons are the reigning champions, having won in 2015 and also 2009 – the last time it was a six-team competition.

The first group stages matches will take place over the weekend of 17/18 October.

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