The 14 winners from the first round will join 26 top-seeded teams including the Super Eagles, to form 10 groups of four teams each.
The seedings will be done according to the December 2019 edition of the FIFA Rankings.
The group qualifiers will kick off in March 2020 and will conclude by October 2021, with winners advancing to the final round to be played in November.
Group Winners will be drawn to play against each other in the final rounds, with five eventual winners progressing to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
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