The two Egyptian sides left in the Confederation Cup have been drawn in the same group after today’s draw in Cairo. Pyramids and Al Masry are both in Group A alongside Mauritania’s Nouadhibou and Enugu Rangers from Nigeria.
The group stage will begin in the 1 December and run through until March next year. The top two from each of the four groups progressing to the quarter-finals. There will be a new name on the trophy this year as none of the 16 teams left in tournament have won it since its inception in 2004.
Group A: Nouadhibou (Mauritania) – Enugu Rangers (Nigeria) – Pyramids (Egypt) – Al Masry (Egypt)
Group B: Bidvest Wits (South Africa) – El Nasr (Libya) – Djoliba (Mali) – Horoya (Guinea)
Group C: Renaissance Berkane (Morocco) – Motema Pembe (DR Congo) – Zanaco (Zambia) – ESAE (Benin)
Group D: San Pedro (Ivory Caost) – Hassania Agadir (Moroco) – Enyimba (Nigeria) – Paradou (Algeria)
The group stage for the Confederation Cup will begin in December