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Afcon 2019: Cameroon paired in Group F with Rivals Ghana

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Cameroon have been drawn in Group F of the 2019 Africa Cup of nations against West African rivals Ghana.

Guinea Bissau and Benin complete the group. The draw was concluded in the Egytian capital Cairo on Friday evening.

Hosts Egypt have been drawn in Group A alongside the Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

Nigeria take on Guinea, Madagascar and Burundi in Group B.

Senegal and Algeria clash in Group C as Kenya and Tanzania will look to gatecrash the party for a place in the knockout stages of the competition.

Group D has been described as the group of death with Morocco, Cote D’Ivoire and South Africa to battle for supremaacy as so called “underdogs” Namibia will look to have a say in who makes it to the next round.

The draw was not kind to Afcon debuttants Mauritania who were drawn in Group E alongside regulars, Tunisia, Mali and Angola.

The tournament kicks off in Egypt on June 21.

Below is the complete draw:

Group A : Egypt, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

Group B : Nigeria, Guinea, Madagascar and Burundi

Group C :  Senegal, Algeria, Kenya and Tanzania

Group D :Morocco, Cote D’Ivoire, South Africa and Namibia

Group E : Tunisia, Mali, Angola and Mauritania.

Group F : Cameroon, Ghana, Guinea Bissau and Benin

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