Seven times African champions and host of 2019 AFCON, Egypt, will face two times winners the Democratic Republic of Congo. Uganda and Zimbabwe in Group A of 2019 AFCON.
Egypt will play the opening match against Zimbabwe on June 21.
In Group F, two African football powerhouses; the second and third most successful sides in its AFCON history. Cameroon, who won their fifth continental crown two years ago and were originally set to host the competition, will face four-time winners Ghana. The Benin Republic and Guinea-Bissau complete the group.
Group D contains three former champions, with top seed Morocco matched against Ivory Coast and South Africa, as well as Namibia.
Senegal, the only one of the six top seeds never to have won the event, will face a former champion Algeria as well as the East African pair of Kenya and Tanzania in Group C while Nigeria take on Guinea, Madagascar and Burundi in Group B. Tunisia face Mali, Mauritania and Angola in Group E.