Sunday’s draw also determined that 2019 champion Croatia will face the winner of the Pakistan vs. India series, while Australia will play Brazil and Colombia will face Argentina.
Other matchups include: Hungary vs. Belgium; Italy vs. South Korea; Germany vs. the Netherlands and Japan vs. Ecuador.
The 12 home-and-away ties will consist of four singles matches and one doubles match in best-of-three sets.
All series will be played March 6-7, with the winners qualifying for the 2020 finals in Madrid.
This year’s semifinalists already qualified — Britain, Canada, Spain and Russia. France and Serbia have been given wild-card entries.