Malawi Flames have drawn in Group F of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers with Nigeria and the winners of the preliminaries between Seychelles and Kenya and Djibouti versus Namibia as opponents.
Nigeria , South Africa, Tunisia, Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Algeria, Cameroon and Senegal were seeded and top their groups.
South Africa was drawn in Group A with Botswana, Central Africa Republic and the winner of the preliminary game between Somalia and Ethiopia while Tunisia top Group B and will battle Cape Verde, Sierra Leone, and the winner between Equatorial Guinea and Madagascar.
In Group C is Cote d’Ivoire as leaders with Morocco, Gambia and the winner of the tie between Chad and Tanzania while Ghana are in Group D with Zambia, Sudan and whoever wins the preliminary game between Lesotho and Burundi.
Burkina Faso which was surprisingly seeded ahead of Morocco leads Group E with Gabon, Niger and the winner between Sao Tome & Principe and Congo while Egypt are Group G leaders and face opposition from Guinea, Zimbabwe and the winner between the Comoros and Mozambique.
Algeria lead Group H and will contend with Mali, Benin Republic and the winner between Eritrea and Rwanda while Cameroon are pitched against strife-torn Libya and the winners in the ties between Guinea-Bissau and Togo as well as Swaziland versus Congo DR in Group I
Senegal head Group H and will battle Uganda, Angola and the winner of the prelim tie between Mauritius and Liberia.
Group A: South Africa, Botswana, Central African Republic, Somalia or Ethiopia
Group B: Tunisia, Cape Verde Islands, Sierra Leone, Equatorial Guinea or Madagascar
Group C: Cote d’Ivoire, Morocco, Gambia, Chad or Tanzania
Group D: Ghana, Zambia, Sudan, Lesotho or Burundi
Group E: Burkina Faso, Gabon, Niger, Sao Tome e Principe or Congo
Group F: Nigeria, Malawi, Seychelles or Kenya, Djibouti or Namibia
Group G: Egypt, Guinea, Zimbabwe, Comoros or Mozambique
Group H: Algeria, Mali, Benin, Eritrea or Rwanda
Group I: Cameroon, Libya, Guinea-Bissau or Togo, Swaziland or Congo DR
Group J: Senegal, Uganda, Angola, Mauritius or LiberiaFollow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :