The African Cup of Nations (CAF) headquarters on the 6th of October will be the highlight of the final round of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The draw will be given by Issa Hayatou, president of the African Union, delegates of the 10 teams that qualified for this stage and the first national team coach led by Bob Bradley.
As we know, the 10 teams have been divided into the first two levels, including Côte d’Ivoire, who qualified for Group C, Ghana qualified for Group D, Algeria qualified for Group H, Nigeria from Group Six, Tunisia qualified for Group B, The discovery that the latter involved a suspended international player in the last round match between the two teams, which ended Cape Verde 2-0 victory and qualify for this stage. However, the foul proved on Cape Verde that led to a 2-0 win for Tunisia to qualify for the final round of qualifying.
The second-level teams are Egypt, which did not win the win over Guinea in the last round 2/4 because of the classification before the match .. Then Cameroon, who qualified for the ninth group, Senegal, who qualified for the tenth group, Burkina Faso, qualifying for Group E and finally Ethiopia qualified About the first group.
The draw will be done as follows: The first level teams will be placed in the A and B teams in the B bowl, and a paper will be drawn from the first pot with a sheet of paper from the second side, so that the teams that will face each other will be determined. After that, a draw will be held on who will be the host to meet the trip, which will be held in mid-October, while the return will be held in mid-November. As a result of my return visit, the five teams will be qualified to participate in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The world’s most powerful tournament that millions of people are waiting for on Earth