AFCON 2017 Qualifiers: Nigeria Draw Egypt, Tanzania
The Super Eagles have been drawn with Egypt, Tanzania and Chad in Group G of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying series.
Nigeria have won the continental tournament three times, while the Pharoahs hold a record seven-time titles.
The winners of each of the 13 groups, will clinch automatic qualifying tickets, while the two best second-placed teams would also be at Gabon 2017.
Group A has Tunisia, Togo, Liberia and Djibouti; Group B comprises of DR Congo, Angola, Central African Republic and Madagascar
Mali, Equatorial Guinea, Benin and South Africa are in Group C, while Group D has Burkina Faso, Uganda, Botswana and Comoros Islands.
2012 champions Zambia, Congo, Kenya and Guinea Bissau are in Group E while Cape Verde, Morocco, Libya and Sao Tome make up Group F.
Group J has Algeria, Ethiopia, Lesotho and Seychelles, while Group K has Senegal, Niger, Namibia and Burundi compete for a place in the tournament.
Guinea, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Swaziland are in Group I while giants Cameroon, South Africa, Gambia and Mauritania make up Group J.
The qualifying rounds will commence in June 2015.
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