Super Eagles To Know 2022 W/Cup Qualifying Group Opponents Tuesday

Super Eagles To Know 2022 W/Cup Qualifying Group Opponents Tuesday

Three-time African champions, the Super Eagles of Nigeria will know their opponents in the Second Round of the qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar on Tuesday, January 21 2020, Completesports.com reports.

The draw ceremony will take place at the Carlton Hotel in Cairo, Egypt.

The 14 winners from the First Round will join Africa’s top-ranked 26 sides in the draw. The Super Eagles were among the lot drawn bye in the First Round.

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The 40 teams will then be split into 10 groups of four for the second qualifying round.

The 10 winners of those groups will then be drawn against each other in home and away fixtures, with the five victors advancing to Qatar 2022.

The Super Eagles have been placed in Pot 1 along with the continent’s heavyweights like; Senegal, Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt , Ghana , Cameroon and Morocco.

Gernot Rohr’s charges have qualified for the last three editions of the FIFA World Cup in South Africa, Brazil and Russia.

THE POTS FOR 2ND ROUND DRAW

Pot 1: Senegal, Tunisia, Nigeria, Algeria, Morocco, Ghana, Egypt, Cameroon, Mali, the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Pot 2: Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, South Africa, Guinea, Uganda, Cape Verde, Gabon, Benin, Zambia, and the Congo.

Pot 3: Madagascar, Mauritania, Libya, Mozambique, Kenya, Central Africa Republic , Zimbabwe, Niger, Namibia, Guinea-Bissau.

Pot 4: Malawi, Angola, Togo, Sudan, Rwanda, Tanzania, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Liberia, Djibouti.

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  • Darey 3 months ago

    Next round would be tough as hell I wish naija luck o

     
    • Dr. Drey 3 months ago

      Worst case scenario:
      Nigeria, CIV, Madagascar, Angola

      Best case scenario:
      Nigeria, Cape Verde, Namibia, Djibouti.

      But for a coach who navigated Cameroon, Algeria, Zambia unbeaten and with a game to spare and with a pretty immature team at that time…let CAF add Brazil and Ukraine to our WCQ group we will still come out tops.

      That’s how confident in the SE we are now beginning to get used to. Nowadays, you can just sit down, relax, barbecue on your left, chilled lager on your right and just be waiting for wen the ball will hit the back of the net.

       
      • ……….and someone wants to add sand to my garri? If they did, the accompaniments of watching the SuperEagles as you listed would be reversed: a glass of water, 2 Panadol tablets, 2 soluble aspirins, blood pressure tablets, a clean towel (tears will flow), an accessible psychologist/counsellor …..

         
        • Pompei 3 months ago

          Hehehehe, Achi, don’t forget the CHRONIC DEPRESSION MEDS.
          They will be needed when the depressing results start rolling in
          🙂 🙂 🙂

           
          • Oakfield 3 months ago

            [email protected] achi and pompei……nothing forgetting scientific, digital, analogue and away goal rules calculators lol

             
      • Oakfield 3 months ago

        Yeah @drey

         
    • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

      And its Nigeria, Cape Verde, Central Africa Rep and Liberia…..!!!

       
  • Ubtex 3 months ago

    Wit ROHR as head coach; even if we face IVORY COAST it will be as if we are playing against HAITI or TAHITI…… Sure winning

    Mistakenly give the coaching job to any of our ex ( i.e indiginous coach) and see wonders……
    If we are paired wit minos like GARBON, NAMIBIA and RWANDA; it wil be as if we are facing GERMANY, SPAIN or BELGIUM……

     
    • I don’t think we have any local coach to handle the Super Eagles coaching gig at this time. They have tried and they failed like pack of cards. We can not afford to place the coaching job in their hands and not in the next 5 years. I believe Oliseh would have done a good job but he is very arrogant and still behaves like a baby. Samson Siasia too, but he needs to resolve his match fixing case first.

       
  • Bobo Colorado springs 3 months ago

    I think it will be Nigeria, South Africa, Madagascar, and Tanzania.

     
  • Gideon S 3 months ago

    Bring them them on!!

    SE, We ready to kick der ass!

     
  • Oakfield 3 months ago

    Bring them on, if una like make una add Brazil and Germany follow join, we no dy fear again. Na them dy fear us.

     
  • Any coach can do well so far the selection is on merit but for me I vote for Rohr

     
  • Rohr all d way as…. Bring it on