Copa America draw reveals path to glory

Australia to face Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay in 2020 Copa America

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The draw for the 2020 Copa America took place on Tuesday, with the 12-team tournament bringing together 10 countries from South America along with Australia and Qatar on an invite basis.

However, Australia - playing at their first Copa America - were drawn into Group A, which features Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay, Chile and Paraguay.

Also in Group A are Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay and invitee Australia.

The Socceroos' opening match will be against 15-time Copa America champions Uruguay and their star striker Luis Suarez on June 13.

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Qatar made their debut at the tournament this year, drawing their first match against Paraguay before falling to Colombia and Argentina.

In Group A, co-hosts Argentina are joined by several other South American powerhouses.

This will be the fourth Copa America in six years but is slated to be the last one until 2024 as organisers move to a regular quadrennial format.

Qatar played in the Copa America 2019 and despite losing two of their three matches, proved a tough team, ensuring that they won't be a surprise package in their second appearance in the upcoming matches in 2020.

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Four teams from each group will qualify for the quarter-finals.

The Copa America has also previously invited Costa Rica, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama and the United States to compete in the tournament with El Tri finishing as runners up twice.

Brazil are the current holders after beating Peru in July to win the tournament for the ninth time.

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