Morocco inherited Group I after the draw for the African World Cup 2022 qualifiers which took place this Tuesday in Cairo, alongside Guinea, Guinea-Bissau and Sudan.
The draw took place during a ceremony held in the presence of the President of CAF, Ahmad Ahmad and those of the African federations of the discipline, in addition to the Secretary General of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, Tarek Najem and number of coaches of the 40 African selections qualified for the next round, as well as several stars of African football.
The first day of qualifying will take place from 05 to 13 October, while the second will take place from 09 to 17 November.
As for the 3rd and 4th days, they are scheduled from March 22 to 30, 2021, while the 5th day will take place from August 30 to September 07, 2021.
The 6th and last day is scheduled from 04 to 12 October 2021.
The teams ranked first in these groups will meet in round-trip matches which will take place from 8 to 16 November 2021 to qualify for the world championship.
Here is, moreover, the composition of the ten groups after the draw:
Group A: Algeria – Burkina Faso – Niger – Djibouti.
Group B: Tunisia – Zambia – Mauritania – Equatorial Guinea.
Group C: Nigeria – Cape Verde – Central Africa – Liberia.
Group D: Cameroon – Ivory Coast – Mozambique – Malawi.
Group E: Mali – Uganda – Kenya – Rwanda.
Group F: Egypt – Gabon – Libya – Angola.
Group G: Ghana – South Africa – Zimbabwe – Ethiopia.
Group H: Senegal – Congo – Namibia – Togo.
Group I: Morocco – Guinea – Guinea Bissau – Sudan.
Group J: DR Congo – Benin – Madagascar – Tanzania.