The draw for the African qualification section for the 2014 FIFA World Cup has been made with a number of tasty clashes to look forward too.
African qualification gets underway this November with two legged ties involving the bottom 24 rankeg sides according to the FIFA World Rankings and the teams were drawn out of the hat as follows:
Match 1: Seychelles vs Kenya
Match 2: Guinea-Bissau vs Togo
Match 3: Djibouti vs Namibia
Match 4: Mauritius vs Liberia
Two-time African champions Enyimba scored a significant 3:2 away win over Cameroonian champions Cotonsport in Garoua on Saturday, to rise to the top of Group A of the CAF Champions League quarter-final mini-league.
Uche Kalu grabbed a brace for the Nigerian champions sandwiching a strike from skipper Chiedozie Johnson, while Mfoutou Madida and Idrisa Seydou got the hosts' goals.
The Peoples' Elephant took a two-goal lead into the break after Kalu opened scoring in the 10th minute and Johnson made it two, five minute from the break.
The hosts pulled one back immediately after the restart through Madida, while Seydou restored parity in the 63rd minute.