The Super Falcons have dominated the competition, having won nine of the 11 WAFCONs.
The West Africans won the competition four years ago in Ghana, defeating South Africa’s Banyana Banyana 4-3 on penalties.
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Randy Waldrum’s team will play the same opponent in their first game on Monday.
Botswana and Burundi, both debutants, are the other teams in the group stage.
Morocco will face Burkina Faso in the competition’s opening game on Saturday night at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Sports Complex.
The four semi-finalists will compete in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which Australia and New Zealand will co-host.
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