WALES will face the Republic of Ireland, Finland and Bulgaria in League B of the 2020-2021 Nations League.

Ryan Giggs’ men won home and away against Ireland in the 2018-2019 tournament, triumphing 4-1 in Cardiff and 1-0 in Dublin in September and October 2018 respectively.

Wales’ last meeting with Finland was a 2013 friendly in Cardiff, which finished 1-1.

Their last game against Bulgaria came in October 2011 when Gary Speed’s team won 1-0 in Sofia thanks to a goal from Gareth Bale.

Scotland, also in League B, will play the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Euro 2020 play-off opponents Israel.

Northern Ireland are grouped with Austria, Norway and Romania, again in League B.

While England will play Belgium, Denmark and Iceland in League A.

The first group games take place in September this year, with the finals scheduled for the summer of 2021.