After qualifications of Nigeria and Egypt, three tickets to the 2018 World Cup remain to be taken on the last day of qualifying that begins Friday in Africa.
Senegal will qualify from Friday if they wins in South Africa. This match will initially counting for the second day but FIFA has ordered a replay because of arbitration manipulation.
Saturday, Tunisia and DR Congo will complete their duel at a distance with three points ahead in favor of the Carthage Eagles. A point ahead of Morocco, Côte d’Ivoire will deliver a real “final” against the Atlas Lions in Abidjan, Pool C.
Although without stakes, Algeria-Nigeria, Gabon-Mali or still Ghana-Egypt will still worth the detour.
Friday, November 10
(17h00 GMT) South Africa – Senegal (Group D, match to replay of the 2nd day)
(19h30 GMT) Algeria – Nigeria (Group B)
Saturday, November 11th
(13h00 GMT) Zambia – Cameroon (Group B)
(14h30 GMT) Gabon – Mali (Group C)
(17h30 GMT) DR Congo – Guinea (Group A)
(17h30 GMT) Ivory Coast – Morocco (Group C)
(17h30 GMT) Tunisia – Libya (Group A)
Sunday, November 12
(14h30 GMT) Congo – Uganda (Group E)
(15.30 GMT) Ghana – Egypt (Group E)
Tuesday, November 14
(19h30 GMT) Burkina Faso – Cape Verde (Group D)
(19h30 GMT) Senegal – South Africa (Group D)