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Back from thirty one years in the woods, Ethiopia draw in group three with defending champion Zambia, Burkina Faso, and Nigeria. Group four dubbed the “death group,” with two North African countries, giants Tunisia and Algeria, rubbing shoulders with Africa’s number one football nation Ivory Coast. Winners and runner-ups at the group stage go through the knock out stages. The draw ceremony in nation’s cup final host country South Africa finally brings the speculation of who to play who in the 29th African nation’s Cup final to rest. The biggest sports event of the continent taking place in South Africa in February 2013 brings together 16 countries in four groups battling for the crown. The opening match of the cup final is between host nation South Africa versus Angola from group one where Morocco and first timer in the cup final Cape Verde otherwise known as Blue Shark. South Africa might be favorites as being hosts with Angola likely to finish group runner-up.
Four time African champion Ghana the top seed group two brings together DRC, Niger and Mali. Ghana is the hottest favorite to top the group with Mali to finish runner-up. Group three brings together Zambia as the top seed with two time champion Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Ethiopia. The group appears open to any one of the four to grab top spot. Back to the cup final after last tournament absence Super Eagles glory days might give them the edge, but there appears Ethiopia, ready for a miracle. Ivory Coast leads group four which is comprised of Tunisia, Togo and Algeria, with The Elephants clear favorite to win the group with the rest to battle for runner-up spots. Underachievers Ivory Coast boasting the likes of Drogba, Manchester City based Toure brothers, and so many others, has the edge to win the title for the second time in their history, with Ghana second favorite and Tunisia outsiders.