The 2022 World Cup qualifying draw will begin by 6pm at the Nile Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Cairo, Egypt, today with the Super Eagles among the teams to be drawn last.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced that the lowest seeded teams who are in Pot 4 will first be drawn after which the teams in Pot 3 and then the 10 teams in Pot 2.
The Eagles are among the top 10 seeded teams in Pot 1.
The other top seeded teams are Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia, Morocco, Ghana, Egypt, Cameroon, Mali and DR Congo.
The second round of the qualifying tournament for Qatar 2022 will be played on a home and away basis in 10 groups of four teams.
It will begin in March and end October 2021.
In November 2021, the winners of the 10 qualifying groups will then do battle among themselves on a knockout with the eventual five winners advancing to Qatar 2022.
Nigeria have featured in the last three World Cups, reaching the knockout rounds in 2014.