AFCON 2019 Qualifiers: Friday, 9th June 2017:
- Group E: Libya Vs Seychelles – Petro Sport, Cairo (Egypt)
- Group A: Sudan Vs Madagascar – El Abyad stadium, Sudan
The road to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon officially kicks off on Friday with two qualification matches in Group A and E.
Sudan entertains Madagascar at the El Abyad stadium in Khartoum in a Group A duel.
Libya will play host to islanders Seychelles in a Group B match at the Petro Sport stadium in Cairo.
These will be followed by 16 and 6 matches on Saturday and Sunday respectively for the opening group matches.
Uganda Cranes kick off the campaign away to Cape Verde on Saturday in Praia.
The second games will take place on 28th March 2018 with Uganda Cranes hosting neighbours Tanzania as one of the games.
12 successful countries that will top their respective groups will be joined by 3 best runners up and the host country, Cameroon for the 2019 edition of the Nations Cup.
Saturday, 10th June 2017:
- Malawi Vs Comoros (B) – Kamuzu Banda stadium, Blantyre
- Burundi Vs South Sudan (C) – Prince Louis, Rwagasore, Bujumbura
- Cameroon Vs Morocco (B) – Omnisports Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaounde
- Zambia Vs Mozambique (K) –Levy Mwanawasa, Ndola
- Botswana Vs Mauritania (I) – Francistown Sports Complex, Francistown
- Niger Vs Swaziland (J) – Stade General S.K, Niamey
- Guinea Bisssau Vs Namibia (K) –Estadio 24 De Setembro, Bissau
- Sierra Leone Vs Kenya (F) – Siaka Stevens Stadium, Freetown
- Cape Verde Islands Vs Uganda (L) – Praia Stadium, Praia
- Nigeria Vs South Africa (E) – Akwa Ibom stadium, Uyo
- Cote D’Ivoire Vs Guinea (H) – Stade De Bouake, Bouake
- Burkina Faso Vs Angola (I) – 4 Aout, Ouagadougou
- Democratic Republic of Congo Vs Congo (G) – Complex Omnisports Stade Des Martyrs
- Mali Vs Gabon – Stade 26 Mars, Bamako
- Tanzania Vs Lesotho – National Stadium, Dar es Salaam
- Senegal Vs Equatorial Guinea (A) – Stade Leopold Sedar Senghor, Dakar
Sunday, 11th June 2017:
- Zimbabwe Vs Liberia (G) – National sports stadium, Harare
- Central African Republic Vs Rwanda (H) – Stade Barthelemy Boganda, Bangui
- Ghana Vs Ethiopia (F) – Baba Yara Sports Stadium, Kumasi
- Benin Vs Gambia (D) – Stade De L’Amitie De Kouhounou, Cotonou
- Algeria Vs Togo (D) – Stade Mustapha Tchaker, Bilda
- Tunisia Vs Egypt (J) – Stade Olympique Rades, Tunis