Morocco will face the Democratic Republic of Congo, during the play-offs, to claim a place in the World Cup in Qatar.
During the draw for the World Cup play-offs which took place this Saturday, January 22, for the African zone, Morocco finds itself facing the DRC Congo, while Algeria inherits Cameroon.
For its part, Egypt, which will begin this campaign, will have an appointment with the African leader in the FIFA rankings, Senegal. The other matches concern Ghana against Nigeria and Mali against Tunisia.
The first leg will be played in the team of hat 2 (that of the DR Congo), while the return match will take place within the lands of the team of hat 1 where Morocco is located.
As a reminder, the draw for the final stages of the World Cup will take place on April 1, 2022 in Doha, when all the qualified teams will be known.
A total of 32 nations will participate in the 2022 World Cup to be held in Qatar from November 2022. Qatar automatically qualifies as hosts and the other 31 finalists will emerge from regional qualifiers held around the world.