Lionesses of Cameroon
Nigeria's Super Falcons have been drawn to face their Cameroonian counterparts, the Indomitable Lionesses, in this year's African Women's Championship.
The African champions also have Cote d'Ivoire and Ethiopia in their group for the championship, which commences on October 28 in Equatorial Guinea.
Captain and goalkeeper of the Falcons, Precious Dede told SuperSport.com that she will be keen to help her team defeat Cameroon when both sides meet in October this year.
"Of course revenge will be on our minds when we meet Cameroon," Dede said on Tuesday.
The Cameroonians were responsible for Nigeria's failure to reach the women's football tournament of the Olympics in London this year.
The Super Falcons have won the African title six times in 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2010.
Equatorial Guinea are the only African side to have won the AWC apart from Nigeria.
The Equatorial Guineans won the African championship in 2008.
AWC GROUP PAIRINGS:
Group A: Equatorial Guinea, South Africa, Senegal, DR Congo
Group B: Nigeria, Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia