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Africa Nations Cup qualifying fixtures
Publish Date: Sep 04, 2014
Africa Nations Cup qualifying fixtures
Black Stars of Ghana face Uganda Cranes on Saturday
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JOHANNESBURG - Africa Cup of Nations matchday 1 qualifying fixtures this weekend (all times GMT):
 
Group A
 
Friday
 
At Omdurman, Sudan
 
Sudan v South Africa 1700
 
Saturday
 
At Calabar, Nigeria
 
Nigeria (holders) v Congo Brazzaville 1600
 
Group B
 
Saturday
 
At Addis Ababa
 
Ethiopia v Algeria 1300
 
At Bamako
 
Mali v Malawi 1900
 
Group C
 
Saturday
 
At Libreville
 
Gabon v Angola 1600
 
At Ouagadougou
 
Burkina Faso v Lesotho 1600
 
Group D
 
Saturday
 
At Lubumbashi, DR Congo
 
Democratic Republic of Congo v Cameroon 1300
 
At Abidjan
 
Ivory Coast v Sierra Leone 1700
 
Group E
 
Friday
 
At Casablanca, Morocco
 
Guinea v Togo 2000
 
Note: fixture switched from Conakry because of Ebola epidemic in Guinea
 
Saturday
 
At Kumasi, Ghana
 
Ghana v Uganda 1600
 
Group F
 
Saturday
 
At Ndola, Zambia
 
Zambia v Mozambique 1300
 
At Niamey
 
Niger v Cape Verde Islands 1630
 
Group G
 
Friday
 
At Dakar
 
Senegal v Egypt 2000
 
Saturday
 
At Tunis
 
Tunisia v Botswana 1915
 
Notes
 
- Group winners and runners-up and best third-place team qualify for finals
 
- Hosts Morocco qualify automatically for Jan 17-Feb 8 2015 tournament
 
AFP

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