CAF Nations Cup Pot groupings, which team belongs where?

Final draw of four teams into Groups A,B,C, and D to hold Wednesday in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

16 teams set to take part in the 30 edition of the African Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea 2015 will know their fate when CAF draws them into groups.

The hosts are drawn into Pot 1 which contains top seeded teams; others are Ivory Coast, Ghana and Zambia

Pot 2 contains 2013 finalist, Burkina Faso; 2004 champions, Tunisia, Mali and Algeria

Pot 3: Cape Verde, South Africa, Gabon and the indomitable Lions of Cameroon

Pot 4: Guinea, Senegal, DR Congo, and Congo DR which qualified ahead of Nigeria in Group A.

The final draws are hold tomorrow in Malabo.

Bafana Bafana who qualified for the tournament with a no-loss record in the six games they in Group A do not expect anything less of a feisty pairing as they are likely to be drawn against 2008 hosts, Ghana or Ivory Coast who happen to be the toughest seeded teams in Pot 1

Assistant coach of the Black Stars, Maxwell Konadu has insisted that the team is not afraid of any big boy that they may eventually be grouped with as they look forward to a good outing under new coach Avam Grant who has been charged to go all out in Equatorial Guinea

"We are ready for any country," Konadu said

As the groupings take place tomorrow, the toughest pairing would be one that has Ivory Coast, Algeria, SouthAfrica and Senegal in one Group or Ghana, Tunisia, Cameroon and Guinea slogging it out against each other.

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