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2022 World Cup: Super Eagles To Know Opponents January 7

2022 World Cup: Super Eagles To Know Opponents January 7

The Super Eagles will know their group foes for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers on January 7, 2020, reports Completesports.com.

The draw ceremony will take place at the Confederation of African Football headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.

Teams ranked from 1-26 and 14 first-round winners will be divided into 10 groups of four teams to play home-and-away round-robin matches.

The 10 group winners will advance to the third round where they will play home-and-away over two legs. The five winners will qualify for the World Cup.

Meanwhile, the first round of qualifying matches for the 2022 World Cup will be played between March 23 and 31, 2020 while match-day two is expected to hold from June 1 to 9.

Match-day three fixtures will hold from March 22 to 30 in 2021, while no dates have been scheduled for match-day four.

Dates for match-day five fixtures have been slated for August 30 to September 7, 2021, just as games for match-day six are scheduled for October 4 to 12.

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  • PeePee 2 years ago

    Have you seen it!
    Qatar 2022 world cup qualifiers is already upon us but the only thing the insane NFF is doing is plot how not to renew coach Gernot Rohr’s contract. They want to push the coach out same way they did to Super Falcons coach, Dennerby thereby crashing our hopes of qualifying for the Olympics.
    These NFF members are so corrupt! We’ve not heard about the sacking of those coaches that brought us shame, people like Paul Aigbogun, Imama Amapakabo and Danjuma, yet, their aim is how to sack the only coach that is giving us joy with the super eagles.
    If eventually they succeed in pushing Gernot Rohr out and the eagles fail to qualify for Qatar 2022 world cup, Pinick Amaju and co should be jailed!

    • Good comment Peepee. I gave you a thumbs up already. I like people like you who know and understand Nigerian soccer dynamics pretty well. Right now we, are seating on a keg of gun powder with the reluctance and subtle approach of the NFF in renewing Rohr’s contract. We all understand the game and we are watching. Well said Peepee

    • PeePee * I beg your pardon

  • The NFF not seem to know what they are really doing by toying with the this foolhaddiness of sacking a coach who has done tremendous with the SE inhis three year stint. Lte us remind them that this foolishness at not in any way appealing to fans of the SE in any way.

  • Gbich 2 years ago

    It shall come to pass as you said, they will sack Rohr and we we will not qualify for the world cup. The thing is ni one will ne jailed, you and i and Nigerians as a whole have short memories.
    Fro the years of misrule in this country how come no one remembers the hardship and suffering enough for a revolution?

  • Ezkimo 2 years ago

    Nigerians are too patient with this corrupt leaders that’s why we are still suffering today… Let’s stop folding our hands this leaders only care about their stomach

  • I hope the draw will be kind to us. The Super Eagles are now a credible team and one which many African nations will both want to avoid like a plague and also want to defeat with gusto.

    Adequate preparation will be key. Fans will find it hard to overcome the shock should we fail to qualify for Qatar 2022.

  • NFF are not serious about football in this country