The Uganda Cranes have been drawn in Group C of the forthcoming Caf African Champions (CHAN) final tournament to be held in Cameroon.
The draws were held in the Cameroon capital of Yaounde on Monday evening.
Uganda will also face Togo and East African neighbors Rwanda as other Group C opponents.
Morocco are defending champions having won the previous edition on home soil.
This will be the fifth time Uganda is taking part in the CHAN having appeared in the 2011, 2014, 2016 and 2018 editions.
The hosts Cameroon will face Mali, Burkina Faso and Zimbabwe in Group A.
Group B consists of two former champions Libya and DR Congo who have been pitted against Congo Brazaville and Niger.
Group D has Zambia, Guinea, Namibia and East African Tanzania.
The tournament will take place in the cities of Yaounde, Doula and Limbe between 4th – 25th April.
It’s written on the wall that Uganda’s main objective is this year’s edition is going past group stages, a feat that has eluded the Cranes in all the past editions.