England U20s will be joined by African champions in World Cup Group E
England U20s will be joined by Egypt in their FIFA U20 World Cup group in Turkey this summer.
The draw for the group stages of the competition was made in Istanbul last week
and Peter Taylor's Young Lions were drawn out alongside Chile, Iraq and the CAF champions, which were decided at the weekend.
And it will be Egypt who join Group E after they beat Ghana on a penalty shoot-out in the CAF U20 Championship Final in Oran, Algeria on Saturday.
The Final had ended 1-1, but when the teams couldn't be separated after extra-time it was down to spot-kicks and Rabie Yassin's side proved successful to win by 5-4.
England's first game in the World Cup is on Sunday 23 June against Iraq, before they face Chile three days later with both games in Antalya.
Egypt will then provide the final group opposition in Bursa on Saturday 29 June.
The other African nations to qualify for the FIFA U20 World Cup are Ghana, Nigeria and Mali.