Tunisia, Morocco, and Cameroon, who complete Africa’s five representatives for the November 21-December 18 global showpiece, have been handed games against defending champions France, Morocco, and Brazil, respectively.
The draw was conducted at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center in the Qatari capital of Doha.
Set for a second straight appearance at the World Cup, Senegal drew the Netherlands in Group A, which also features tournament hosts Qatar and South American outfit Ecuador.
The Teranga Lions, who recently beat Mohamed Salah’s Egypt to win the Africa Cup of Nations finals and again edged the Pharaohs to qualify for the World Cup, will open their campaign against the Netherlands, before taking on Qatar and then Ecuador.
Aliou Cisse’s fold have no previous meetings with any of the three teams at the World Cup.