WALES have booked their spot at Euro 2020 – but could find themselves battling it out in the “group of death”.
Gareth Bale and Co could come up against Italy, France and Portugal in the early stages of next summer’s tournament.
Wales incredibly secured automatic qualification for Euro 2020 with a 2-0 win over Hungary.
Aaron Ramsey scored twice on his return to the starting XI as Ryan Giggs’ side managed to avoid the dreaded play-offs.
And there are two possible groups for Wales – with one looking a lot more menacing than the other.
On one hand the Dragons could face Italy, one of France, Poland, Switzerland or Croatia and one of Portugal, Turkey, Austria, Sweden or Czech Republic.
Statistically, their toughest group would see them face Italy, World Cup winners France and Portugal.
And the other option would see them take on Belgium, Russia and Denmark.
The 24 teams that qualify for Euro 2020 are seeded based on their performances during the qualifiers.
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And the ten group winners will take the first ten positions, followed by the ten runners up, all ranked by points, goal difference and goals scored.
Wales sit second in their group behind Croatia after winning four of their eight group games.
The draw for the Euro 2020 finals will take place on November 30 in Bucharest.
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