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Champs get foes



Nigeria's Flying Eagles have been drawn in Group B of the 2013 edition of the African Under20 Championship billed to hold in Algeria.

The Nigerians, who are defending champions, will confront Mali, DR Congo and Gabon in their group.

The draws for the tournament was held on in Cairo, Egypt on Sunday.

Two cities, Oran and Ain Temouchent will play hosts to the championship between March 16 and 30, 2013.

The semifinalists will participate in 2013 Fifa Under20 World Cup.

2013 African U20 Championship
Group A

Algeria, Benin, Ghana, Egypt

Group B

Nigeria, Mali, RD Congo, Gabon

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