The Golden Eaglets have been drawn in an “easy” group B, alongside Hungary, Ecuador and Australia for the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
The draws was held at the Federation of International Footbal Association (FIFA) headquarters in Zurich on Thursday.
The five-time world champions will be making a return after missing the 2017 edition held in India.
The Continent’s champion, Cameroon will face Argentina, Spain and Tajikistan in group E.
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While Angola will tackle host nation, Brazil, Canada and New Zealand.
And Africa’s fourth representative, Senegal will face USA, Japan and Netherlands in group D.
This year’s FIFA U-17 World Cup will be played from October 26 to November 17 in Brazil.