On Tuesday, the D'Tigers will learn their FIBA World Cup qualification opponents for 2021 during the official draw event in Mies, Switzerland.
Only 5 tickets will be available for the World Cup, which will be co-hosted by Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines.

Starting in November 2022, the teams will be grouped into four groups, with qualifying taking place over five periods. In February 2023, the qualification series will come to an end.
The games will be played in a round-robin format, with the top three teams from each group progressing to the following round, when they will be split into two groups of six teams.

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The top two teams, together with the third-best team, will automatically qualify for the World Cup at the completion of the qualification rounds, giving Africa a total of five teams to compete in.
Nigeria hosted two windows in Lagos in the build-up to the 2019 World Cup, becoming the first country in the world to qualify for the tournament after going undefeated.

The team stole the sole Olympic ticket after emerging as the best-placed African team in China, winning three games and losing only two.

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