The draw for the third round of qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup was held on Friday at the headquarters of the Confederation of African Football in Cairo, Egypt.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) held on Friday, June 24 the draw for the third and final round of qualifiers for the World Cup 2018, seven months after the end of the second round in November 2015. Twenty teams are still in contention and are divided into five groups of four.
Cameroon inherits Group B with Nigeria, Zambia and Algeria. The Indomitable Lions will have to fight hard to face the giants of football on the African continent. The group is already called the “group of death“.
Below are the groups:
Group A: Tunisia – Libya – Democratic Republic of Congo – Guinea
Group B: Zambia – Cameroon – Algeria – Nigeria
Group C: Gabon – Mali – Ivory Coast – Morocco
Group D: Senegal – South Africa – Burkina Faso – Cape Verde
Group E: Ghana – Egypt – Congo – Uganda