The Super Eagles of Nigeria will play the Black Stars of Ghana for a place in the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup later this year.
At the draw ceremony held Saturday in Douala on the sidelines of the ongoing 32rd Africa Cup of Nations, Ghana will host Nigeria on March 24 with the return leg billed for Nigeria a week later.
The winner of the two legged ties will qualify as one of Africa’s five representatives at the competition.
Egypt will play Senegal, Cameroun will face Algeria while DR Congo will square off against Morocco while Mali and Tunisia will play yet again after both featured in group F of the ongoing AFCON in Cameroun. The first leg will hold on March 24 while the second leg will be played on March 29.