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Euro 2020 draw: Who could our Cherries face?


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AFC Bournemouth's internationals had their Euro 2020 fates decided on Saturday with the tournament draw made.

Wales will face Italy, Switzerland and Turkey in Group A which will see them play two games in Baku and play the Italians in Rome.

Chris Mepham, Harry Wilson and David Brooks will all be hoping to be involved for the team who made it to the semi-finals in Euro 2016.

Callum Wilson will be hoping to be in England's plans as they play three games at Wembley Stadium to start their campaign.

Gareth Southgate's men will come up against Croatia, the winner of play-off path C and Czech Republic.

Of that play-off path C, Joshua King and Ryan Fraser will be vying for the final spot in the group as Scotland and Norway face Israel and Serbia respectively in March.

If Scotland do qualify, Fraser could be a part of the country's first tournament in 22 years.

Nathan Ake looks set to be in the Netherlands squad who also learned their opponents, drawn alongside Ukraine, Austria and the play-off winner of Romania, Georgia, Belarus, North Macedonia or Kosovo.

Mark Travers will have to go through a play-off - like Fraser and King - but if Republic of Ireland beat Slovakia and either of Bosnia and Herzegovina or Northern Ireland, they will have a group with Spain, Sweden and Poland.

Finally, midfielder Philip Billing will be keen to be involved in Group B against Finland, Belgium and Russia.


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