Breaking: World Cup qualifiers: Nigeria lands in Group C + other Groups

Three-time African champions, Nigeria’s Super Eagles, have been drawn in Group C with Cape Verde Island, Central African Republic and West African neighbours, Liberia, for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying series.
Representatives of the teams, coaches and African football legends attended the Draw conducted by Nigeria’s Samson Adamu and assisted by Ghanian-born and former France international, Marcel Desailly, in Cairo on Tuesday.
In Group A, African champions, Algeria, is drawn alongside Burkina Faso, Niger and Djibouti, while Tunisia is being joined by Zambia, Mauritania and Equatorial Guinea in Group B.
Cameroon will battle eternal rivals Cote d’Ivoire, Mozambique and Malawi in Group D, while Mali has Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda to battle with in Group E.
Egypt will lock horns with Gabon, Libya and Angola in Group F, while Ghana will slug it out with South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia in Group G.
Senegal will do battle with Congo, Namibia and Togo in Group H.
In Group I, Morocco have Guinea, Guinea Bissau and Sudan to contend with, while Group J is made up of Congo DR, Benin, Madagascar and Tanzania.
The Final Round will see the 10 teams drawn into five home and away ties, with the five winners securing the ticket to represent Africa at the tournament scheduled for November 21 to December 18, 2022 in Qatar.

Groups at a glance

GROUP A
Algeria
Burkina Faso
Niger
Djibouti

GROUP B
Tunisia
Zambia
Mauritania
Equatorial Guinea

GROUP C
Nigeria
Cape Verde
CAR
Liberia

GROUP D
Cameroon
Cote d’Ivoire
Mozambique
Malawi

GROUP E
Mali
Uganda
Kenya
Rwanda

GROUP F
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Angola

GROUP G
Ghana
South Africa
Zimbabwe
Ethiopia

GROUP H
Senegal
Congo
Namibia
Togo

GROUP I
Morocco
Guinea Bissau
Guinea
Sudan

GROUP J
Congo DR
Benin
Madagascar
Tanzania.