Ghana has been drawn in Group F in qualifiers for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations to be staged in Cameroon.
The draw, which was held on Thursday, pitched the Black Stars against Ethiopia, Sierra Leone and Kenya.
Forty-eight teams were put in 12 groups of four.
Group winners will automatically qualify for the tournament while four best second-placed sides also join them for the tourney.
If Cameroon, paired in Group B, win its group, the other teams in the group – Morocco, Malawi and Comoros/Mauritius – will be ranked without recourse to results against the Indomitable Lions.
There are some mouthwatering clashes to look forward to. Nigeria’s Super Eagles and South Africa’s Bafana Bafana are in the same group while North African rivalry between Egypt and Tunisia will be rekindled in Group J.
Below are the 12 groups:
Group A: Senegal, Equatorial Guinea, Sudan and Sao Tome/Madagascar
Group B: Cameroon, Morocco, Malawi and Comoros/Mauritius
Group C: Mali, Gabon, Burundi and Djibouti/South Sudan
Group D: Algeria, Togo, Benin and Gambia
Group E: Nigeria, South Africa, Libya and Seychelles
Group F: Ghana, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone and Kenya
Group G: DR Congo, Congo, Zimbabwe and Liberia
Group H: Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea, Central Africa Rep. and Rwanda
Group I: Burkina Faso, Angola, Botswana and Mauritania
Group J: Tunisia, Egypt, Niger and Swaziland
Group K: Zambia, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Namibia
Group L: Cape Verde, Uganda, Tanzania and Lesotho