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Three teams were drawn in each group at Sunday's ceremony. A fourth team will emerge from two more qualifying rounds.
Martin Ignatius, popularly known as Mart Nooij, has been named as head coach of Tanzania's national team, the Taifa Stars.
Dujkovic, who also took Ghana to the 2006 World Cup, is believed to be in a strong position.
Everton are open to extending Lacina Traore's loan spell despite the Ivorian's injury-ravaged time at the club since he joined from Monaco.
Sredojevic is scheduled to name his squad on 30 April and would not be drawn on who he may include.
Sochaux coach Herve Renard has distanced himself from reports he could become the next coach of Morocco.
Zambia midfielder Nathan Sinkala hopes to stay at Sochaux beyond the end of his loan from TP Mazembe.
Jordan Ayew is the son of Ghana great Abedi Pele and has so far won 11 caps and scored two goals for the Black Stars. Ayew has scored three goals for Sochaux since he joined from Marseille on loan in January and knows playing well for his club can only help his chances of getting into the Black Stars' squad for Brazil.
Mauritania coach Patrice Neveu said the tactics he put in place paid off. "We came to get the qualification and we knew we should not defend"
The islanders' coach Akbar Patel has three new faces in his squad for the match after they missed last week's first leg loss in Nouakchott.
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