2017 AFCON Draw: Ghana drawn alongside Egypt again


The Black Stars have been drawn alongside familiar Egypt,Uganda and Mali in Group D of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, with the draw held in Libreville, Gabon on Wednesday evening.

Ghana were drawn against Egypt and Uganda – both teams are also alongside Avram Grant’s men in Group E of 2018 World Cup qualifying – as well as Mali.

Algeria and Tunisia will clash in a North African contest in Group B, and Morocco will be battling defending champions Côte d’Ivoire in Group C.

Group A


A1: Gabon (hosts)
A2: Burkina Faso
A3: Cameroon
A4: Guinea-Bissau

City: Libreville

Venue: Stade L’Amitié (40,000)

Group B


B1: Algeria
B2: Tunisia
B3: Senegal
B4: Zimbabwe

City: Franceville

Venue: Stade de Franceville (22,000)

Group C


C1: Côte d’Ivoire (holders)
C2: DR Congo
C3: Morocco
C4: Togo

City: Oyem

Venue: Stade d’Oyem (20,000)

Group D


D1: Ghana
D2: Mali
D3: Egypt
D4: Uganda

City: Port Gentil

Venue: Stade de Port-Gentil (20,000)

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