Ghana to face Spain whiles Nigeria meet Portugal in Under-20 World Cup

Africa representatives Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria and Mali now know their opponents at the Under-20 World Cup tournaments which include England, Portugal and Uruguay
Ghana have been drawn with Spain, France in Group A of the Under-20 World Cup to be held in Turkey in June.

The 2013 Africa Youth Championship runners-up are joined by USA, while Group B will see 2013 Caf Under-20 Championship third-placed side Nigeria take on 1991 winners Portugal, Asian entrants South Korea and Concacaf qualifiers Cuba.

Africa champions Egypt will square off with Chile, England and Iraq in Group E while Group C is made up of hosts Turkey, North American minnows El Salvador, South American side Colombia and AFC opponent Australia.

Mexico, Greece, Paraguay and Mali find themselves in Group D with New Zealand, Uzbekistan, Uruguay and Croatia housed in Group F.

Brazil and Argentina have dominated this event in the past two decades but both countries failed to qualify for the finals in Turkey, leaving Spain, Portugal and Ghana as the only winners in the tournament's 36-year history to be definitely taking part in the 2013 iteration.

The tournament will run from June 21 to July 13.