The final qualifiers for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations take place this weekend. From the 22nd of March to the 24th of March, we will find out which 24 teams have made it to Egypt for the summer’s tournament.
Group A: Senegal and Madagascar have already qualified.
Group B: Morocco have qualified. Cameroon and Comoros face each other for second place. Seedorf’s side need just one point.
Group C: Mali have qualified. Burundi host Gabon for the second spot. Gabon have to win or they will not qualify.
Group D: Algeria have qualified. Benin, Togo and Gambia will battle for the other place. Benin have the best chance to advance.
Group E: Nigeria have qualified. South Africa and Libya will fight for second. Libya need a win, whilst RSA need a point.
Group F: Kenya and Ghana have already qualified.
Group G: Zimbabwe, DR Congo, Congo and Liberia can all still make it. No team is through yet.
Group H: Guinea and Ivory Coast have already qualified.
Group I: Mauritania have qualified. Angola and Burkina Faso will strive for second. Angola need to win to go through.
Group J: Tunisia and Egypt have already qualified.
Group K: Guinea-Bissau. Mozambique and Namibia are fighting for two places.
Group L: Uganda have qualified. Lesotho, Cape Verde and Tanzania will play for second.