Scotland will play defending champions South Africa and Ireland in the pool stage of the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.
Gregor Townsend’s men will also join an Asia/Pacific qualifier and a qualifier from Europe in Pool B.
Scotland will be aiming to perform better at the next World Cup after being knocked out in the pool stage in 2019 following a defeat to hosts Japan.
England have been drawn alongside Japan and Argentina in Pool D, while Wales will be joined in Pool C by Australia and Fiji.
Hosts France have been paired with three-time world champions New Zealand in Pool A, a group which also includes Italy.
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