Scotland and the Republic of Ireland have been drawn together in one of the toughest groups in qualifying for the 2016 European Championship.
Their group also includes Germany, Poland, Georgia and Gibraltar.
England face Switzerland, Slovenia, Estonia, Lithuania and San Marino while Wales have drawn Bosnia-Hercegovina, Belgium, Israel, Cyprus and Andorra.
England’s Euro opponents
Northern Ireland are in Group F with Greece, Hungary, Romania, Finland and the Faroe Islands.
Euro 2016 is being hosted by France, who qualify automatically, and will be made up of 24 nations, an increase from 16 in the current format.
The top two teams in each of the nine groups will progress to the tournament finals, along with the best third-placed finisher. The remaining eight third-placed teams go into the play-offs in November 2015.
The increased number of teams at the competition will have given the the home nations added belief that they could qualify, but Scotland face a stern challenge.