Who Will Represent Africa In Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022?

The journey to the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifications comes to a head on March 25, 2022, as the five teams who will represent Africa in Qatar will be known after two legs.

The five highest-ranked teams will play against the five least ranked teams with first leg at home of the lower-ranked teams.

The highlight of the matches will be between the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations winners Senegal, and Egypt's Pharoahs, as well as the clash between long-standing rivals Ghana and Nigeria's Super Eagles. Cameroon will take on Algeria in another fiery encounter, while Mali will play Tunisia in a tricky tie while DR Congo's clash with Morocco.

The matches are all expected to be fiery, thanks to the some of the world's best footballers in all the sides, that will play in the final qualifying rounds.

InFocus

Jordan Ayew, right, gestures to his sibling and Ghana captain Andre Ayew (file photo).

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