Netherlands will meet Germany in Euro 2020 qualifying, while England face Czech Republic and France face Iceland.
Germany have been drawn against Netherlands in Group C for Euro 2020 qualifying.
Joachim Low’s side lost 3-0 and drew 2-2 with Oranje in Group 1 as they were relegated in the inaugural Nations League and the two will lock horns again to reach the European Championship finals in two years’ time.
They share Group C with Northern Ireland, Estonia and Belarus.
Reigning European champions Portugal will meet Ukraine, Serbia, Lithuania and Luxembourg in Group B.
World Cup-winners France face Iceland, Turkey, Albania, Moldova and Andorra in Group H, while Spain are in Group F alongside Sweden, Norway, Romania, Faroe Islands and Malta.
England are in Group A with Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Kosovo.
Belgium, in Group I, face Russia, Scotland, Cyprus, Kazakhstan and San Marino, while Italy, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Finland, Greece, Armenia and Liechtenstein are in Group J.
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The play-offs are contested by the four group winners of each league of the Nations League, unless those teams earn an automatic spot through qualifying, in which case the play-off spot will go to the next-best-ranked side in the respective leagues.
These matches are one-off games, rather than two-legged ties.The highest-ranked teams will host each semi-final.