Ghana to face Germany, Australia & Serbia at World Cup
Ghana has been handed a tough draw to play Germany, Australia and Serbia in Group D of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
The Black Stars will open their campaign against Serbia - a tough side coach Milovan Rajevac was keen on avoiding.
Ther Serbian will not avoid another tough European side Germany which is likely to feature a clash between two brothers playing for either side.
Jerome Boateng, who plays for Germany's U21 side and likely to make the senior side, to play Kevin-Prince Boateng who has applied to play for the Black Stars.
Ghana wil also play Australia - a side the Black Stars have found no difficulty in containing.
France, the 1998 champions and 2006 runners-up, were drawn in the same group as hosts South Africa in the draw for the 2010 World Cup finals on Friday.
South Africa will meet Mexico in the opening match at the Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg on June 11 in the 32-nation tournament which finishes with the final on July 11 in the same stadium.
Former World Cup winners Uruguay are the fourth member of Group A.
The toughest looking section features five times winners Brazil, Portugal, Ivory Coast and North Korea in Group G.
Holders Italy meet Paraguay, New Zealand and Slovakia in Group F.
A1 - South Africa
A2 - Mexico
A3 - Uruguay
A4 - France
B1 - Argentina
B2 - Nigeria
B3 - South Korea
B4 - Greece
C1 - England
C2 - USA
C3 - Algeria
C4 - Slovenia
D1 - Germany
D2 - Australia
D3 - Serbia
D4 - Ghana
E1 - Holland
E2 - Denmark
E3 - Japan
E4 - Cameroon
F1 - Italy
F2 - Paraguay
F3 - New Zealand
F4 - Slovakia
G1 - Brazil
G2 - North Korea
G3 - Cote d'Ivoire
G4 - Portugal
H1 - Spain
H2 - Switzerland
H3 - Honduras
H4 - Chile
2010 World Cup Draw:
Group A: South Africa, Mexico, Uruguay, France
Group B: Argentina, Korea Rep, Nigeria, Greece
Group C: England, USA, Algeria, Slovenia
Group D: Germany, Australia, Ghana, Serbia
Group E: Holland, Denmark, Japan, Cameroon
Group F: Italy, New Zealand, Paraguay
Group G: Brazil, Korea DPR, Ivory Coast, Portugal
Group H: Spain, Honduras, Switzerland, Chile