The Super Eagles of Nigeria have been drawn alongside Ghana in the 2022 Qatar World Cup play-off fixture set to take place in March 2022.
The World Cup play-off draws took place in Douala on Saturday on the sidelines of the ongoing AFCON in Cameroon.
The Ghanaians who were recently knocked out of the AFCON in the group stages will be looking to bounce back by sealing qualification for the 2022 Qatar World Cup but will be wary of the task at hand, as the Super Eagles have been very impressive, in contrast to the Black Stars who performed shockingly at the AFCON.
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The first leg will take place in Ghana between 24th-29th March 2022, with the return leg set for Lagos.
The draw was coordinated by CAF’s director of competitions, Samson Adamu with assistance from African legends, El Hadji Diouf and Emmanuel Adebayor pitted the Pharaohs of Egypt in a mammoth clash with the Teranaga Lions, which will see Liverpool teammates, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane slug it out for a lone world cup slot.
Other 2022 Qatar World Cup play-off fixtures
Algeria vs Cameroon
DR Congo vs Morocco
Mali vs Tunisia