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2022 World Cup play-offs: time, TV channel... The draw for the play-offs in Africa

DAMS. After the draw for the play-offs in the Europe zone, it’s time for the African zone play-off for this 2022 World Cup.

While the Europe zone will offer us a clash between Portugal and Italy, the draw for the World Cup play-offs for the Africa zone takes place this Saturday, January 22 from 4 p.m. on the side of Douala in Cameroon. Ten selections are still in the running to obtain one of the five tickets allocated to the continent for the World Cup in Qatar scheduled for the end of the year. The teams concerned are Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, and Nigeria, which make up the first hat, as well as Egypt, Cameroon, Ghana, Mali and the Democratic Republic of Congo, their opponents potentials. The play-offs will be played in March in the round-trip format.

On which channel to follow the draw for the Africa World Cup play-offs?

You can watch the Africa Zone World Cup play-off draw live and in full on the FIFA YouTube channel.

What is the draw for play-offs in Europe?

The draw for path A:

  • Scotland – Ukraine
  • Wales – Austria

The draw for path B

  • Russia – Poland
  • Sweden – Czech Republic

The draw for path C

  • Italy – North Macedonia
  • Portugal – Turkey

What is the play-off schedule?

After the draw and the separation of the twelve teams into three ways, the matches will be played next March. Here is the schedule:

  • Semi-finals: Thursday, March 24, 2022 (times to be determined)
  • Finals: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 (times to be determined)

Which teams qualify for the World Cup play-offs in Africa?

Unlike Europe, the Africa zone cannot send teams directly to the World Cup. All nations will have to pass a 3rd round in the form of a home and away match. The draw will take place in Doha on December 18. Qualifying countries:

  • mali
  • Egypt
  • Morocco
  • Senegal
  • Ghana
  • DR Congo
  • Algeria
  • Cameroon
  • Nigeria
  • Tunisia

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