Nigeria, in Group B of the competition, are also going to face debutants Madagascar as well as Guinea who were runners up in 1976.
Having missed the last two editions of the continental showpiece, Gernot Rohr’s charges are eager to prove a point in the North African nation.
They won the 2013 AFCON in South Africa with the late Stephen Keshi as the head coach of the side.
FULL AFCON 2019 SUPER EAGLES FIXTURES, TIME
Below are the group fixtures for the Super Eagles of Nigeria at the 2019 AFCON in Egypt plus their time:
22nd June 2019 (Saturday)
Nigeria v Burundi (06:00pm/Nigeria/West African Time)
26th June 2019 (Wednesday)
Nigeria v Guinea, Alexandria Stadium (03:30 pm/Nigeria/West African Time)
30th June 2019 (Sunday)
Madagascar v Nigeria, Alexandria Stadium (05:00pm /Nigeria/West African Time)
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