The draw for the Africa Cup of Nations 2021 qualifiers was on Thursday evening conducted in Cairo Egypt, ahead of the tournament's final match between Senegal and Algeria set for Friday.
The draw has brought together the continent's footballing giants, with Group C having Ghana and South Africa, joined by Sudan and the winner between Mauritius and Sao Tome & Principe.
This tournament's finalists Algeria and Senegal have been drawn in Group H and I respectively, with the North African side set to face Zambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, while Senegal will face Congo, Guinea Bissau and Eswatini.
2019 hosts Egypt will face Kenya, Togo and Comoros Islands in Group G, while Nigeria will face Lesotho, Benin and Sierra Leon in Group L.
Here is the draw in full;
The first round of matches scheduled for November 7-11.