Liverpool forwards Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane will do battle for a place at the 2022 Qatar World Cup after their nations were drawn together in African qualifying.
Salah and Mane, who are both currently at the Africa Cup of Nations, have been an integral part of Liverpool's success over the past few years, and are considered to be two of the world's best forwards.
However, just one of them will be at the World Cup later this year after Salah's Egypt were paired with Mane's Senegal in the African qualifying play-off round.
The remaining 10 teams in African qualifying will face off in two-legged play-offs for the continent's five spots at the tournament.
Algeria will play Cameroon, Nigeria were paired with Ghana, while Morocco have been drawn against DR Congo.
The final tie will see Tunisia face Mali, with all fixtures taking place in March.