CAF’s FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Nigeria in group with Liberia

The draw for the second round of CAF’s FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying competition was held in Cairo. Here is the result.

A total of 54 African nations will take part in the qualifying phase of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, but only five of them will get to represent their continent at the next edition of football’s flagship event.

The 14 first-round winners join the top 26 African teams (based on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking of December 2019) in the second round.

These 40 teams was divided into 10 groups of four.

In each group, the teams will play each other home and away in a mini-league format.

The ten group winners will progress to the third and final round, which will feature five two-legged play-off ties.

The five winners of these play-offs qualify for Qatar 2022.

Results:

Group A

Algeria

Burkina Faso

Niger

Djibouti

Group B

Tunisia

Zambia

Mauritania

Eq. Guinea

Group C

Nigeria

Cape Verde

Central Africa

Liberia

Group D

Cameroon

Ivory Coast

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

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