Know the date of the draw for the African qualifiers for the World Cup 2022.. An expected clash between Egypt and Algeria

The drawing ceremony of the draw for the decisive round of the African qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup will be held at seven in the evening, UAE time (five Egypt time), in Douala, in conjunction with the African Nations Cup currently being held in Cameroon.

Algeria, the defending champion, bid farewell to the African Nations Cup on Thursday after losing 1-3 to Ivory Coast, but it maintained a foothold in Cameroon by anticipating the qualifying draw.

The "Desert Warriors" team, led by the captain, Manchester City star Riyad Mahrez, will be among the ten teams that are still fighting for one of the five qualifying cards for the World Cup in Qatar, to be held between November 21 and December 18.

The Algerian national team will be in the first level in the qualifying draw, as it occupies the twenty-ninth place in the FIFA world rankings, along with Senegal (20), Morocco (28), Tunisia (30) and Nigeria (36).

But this does not excuse Algeria from falling into a fiery confrontation, given that prestigious teams such as Egypt, led by the English star and scorer of Liverpool, Mohamed Salah, Cameroon and Mali, will be in the second level, and all of them qualified for the final price of the African Championship.

Also, the second level includes teams that cannot be underestimated, such as Ghana led by Andre Ayew, who remain among the top of the continent despite leaving the first round of the African Nations Cup, in addition to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which did not qualify for the tournament.

The decisive round of home and away starts at the end of next March.

The teams participating in the draw for the decisive round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Douala - Cameroon:

Level one: Senegal, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Nigeria.

Level Two: Egypt, Cameroon, Ghana, Mali and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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