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Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixtures
Publish Date: Jul 30, 2014
Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixtures
Uganda Cranes won the first leg at Namboole Stadium 2 -0
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JOHANNESBURG - Africa Cup of Nations third round, second leg qualifying fixtures this weekend (first leg score in brackets):

Saturday

At Blantyre

Malawi v Benin (0-1) 1230 GMT

At Victoria

Seychelles v Sierra Leone (0-2) 1230 GMT

At Kigali

Rwanda v Congo Brazzaville (0-2) 1300 GMT

At Bissau

Guinea-Bissau v Botswana (0-2) 1600 GMT

At Nouakchott

Mauritania v Uganda (0-2) 1700 GMT

Sunday

At Maputo

Mozambique v Tanzania (2-2) 1300 GMT

At Nairobi

Kenya v Lesotho (0-1) 1300 GMT

Note: overall winners qualify for group phase

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