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Friday, September 16, 2011

2012 African Cup of Nations: Seeding for the final draw (16 September 2011)

See the first AFCON seeding post for more details.

Bostwana, Côte d'Ivoire, Burkina Faso and Senegal have already qualified.

Removed from the table: Egypt, Cameroon, Congo DR, Benin, Mozambique and Namibia.

   Team         ACN'06 ACN'08 ACN'10 Total Pts Goals
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 1 Ghana             1      3      5    22
 2 Côte d'Ivoire     5      3      2    17
 3 Nigeria           3      2      3    16
 4 Angola            1      2      2    11
 5 Tunisia           2      2      1     9   15
 6 Zambia            1      1      2     9   12
 7 Algeria           0      0      3     9    7
 8 Guinea            2      2      0     6
 9 Mali              0      1      1     5    8  (8-9)
10 Senegal           3      1      0     5    8  (11-14)
11 Morocco           1      1      0     3    5
12 Gabon             0      0      1     3    4
13 Malawi            0      0      1     3    3
14 South Africa      1      1      0     3    2
15 Burkina Faso      0      0      1     3    1  (0-1)
16 Sudan             0      1      0     2    0
17 Zimbabwe          1      0      0     1    3
18 Libya             1      0      0     1    1

If the teams with the best coefficient qualify, this is how the pots would look like (teams in bold already qualified):

Pot 1: Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire
Pot 2: Nigeria, Angola, Tunisia, Zambia
Pot 3: Algeria, Guinea, Mali, Senegal
Pot 4: Morocco, Malawi, Burkina Faso, Botswana

1 comment:

  1. Algeria are finished. You might as well take them out too. Ridiculous events would be needed for them to qualify.

    Interesting seeding system. Too basic though if you ask me. At the very least, they should award points for positions in groups in failed qualifying campaigns, and points for World Cup qualifying Campaigns and World Cup campaigns.

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