World Cup 2018 - Africa's groups: Africa's five representatives to next year's World Cup Finals in Russia found themselves in the last two seeding groups and were each drawn against, on paper, tougher opponents in the group games. Ghana's conquerors in the qualifying games, Egypt, were drawn in Group A with hosts Russia, Uruguay and Saudi Arabia. The play their first game against Suarez's Uruguay on June 15th and should have a good chance of qualifying if they beat the South Americans. Morocco was drawn in Group B with Portugal, Spain and Iran. Nigeria found itself in Group D with Argentina, Croatia and Iceland. Group G comprises Belgium, England, Tunisia and Panama whiles Senegal is grouped with Poland, Colombia and Japan in Group H. Each of the African countries has a good chance of qualifying from the group games. The Swedes consider themselves as having been drawn in a tough group that has defending champions, Brazil, as well as Mexico and South Korea. The games are half a year away giving a lot of time for teams to develop and bring in new players.
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