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2022 World Cup: See the full draw

Group E looks the most evenly set, with Mali, Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda —- none of which had been to the FIFA World Cup previously.


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Presenters onstage during the second round draw for Africa's World Cup qualifiers (Photo credit: FIFA Website)

GROUP A

GROUP B

GROUP C

GROUP D

GROUP E

GROUP F

GROUP G

GROUP H

GROUP I

GROUP J

Algeria

Tunisia

Nigeria

Malawi

 

Mali

Egypt
 

Ghana

Senegal
 

Morocco
 

DR Congo
 

Burkina Faso

Zambia

Cape Verde

Cameroon

Uganda
 


Gabon

South Africa

Congo

Guinea
 

Benin Republic
 

Niger Republic


Mauritania


Central African Republic (CAR)

Cote d’Ivoire

Kenya

Libya

Zimbabwe

Namibia
 

Guinea Bissau
 

Madagascar
 

Djibouti

Equatorial Guinea

Liberia


Mozambique
 

Rwanda

Angola

Ethiopia

Togo

 

Sudan

 

Tanzania.

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