The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced a new date for the 2022 World Cup play-offs draw.  This announcement was made on Friday, 26th November, 2021; during their Extraordinary Assembly.

The draw has been moved from December, 18th 2021 to January 26th, 2022. According to the decision, the January 2022 rankings will be used to seed the teams for the draw.

The top five ranked teams at the time of the draw will be seeded and paired against the other five unseeded countries. Algeria, Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana, DR Congo, Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Mali have booked their places, already.

This was made possible after topping their respective groups in the second qualification round. However, Ghana’s place is not secured for obvious reasons.

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