Thomas Ulimwengu one of the Tanzania's U-23 rising star African men ready for 2012 Olympic qualifying draw There will be 17 men's teams in Wednesday's draw for the second round of African qualifying for the 2012 London Olympic games. The draw will held at the Confederation of African Football headquarters in Cairo, Egypt. The delayed second leg of the tie between Liberia and Ivory Coast is set to be played in Monrovia on 20 April, with the Ivorians leading 4-0. The eight eventual winners then face a final round of qualifying, the format of which is yet to be announced. Three African sides will qualify for next year's Olympics in London with a fourth one facing a play-off against an Asian side for another place at the games. The teams have been divided into two pots according to Fifa's March world rankings. Ivory Coast's ranking is being used rather than Liberia's for the purpose of the draw. The seeded teams will be in one pot and they are Ivory Coast or Liberia, Egypt, Nigeria, Tunisia, South Africa, Algeria, Gabon and Morocco. While Senegal, Benin, Mali, Zambia, Sudan, Congo, Tanzania and DR Congo will be in a separate pot. The first leg of the second round games will be played on the weekend of 3-5 June and the return matches will be played two weeks later.