CAN 2024 qualifiers: posters, dates, and times of the 6th and last day

Next Tuesday, September 12, we will finally know all the names of the 24 teams qualified for the CAN 2024. The sixth and final day of the qualifiers begins this Wednesday, June 14 with Libya-Equatorial Guinea, without stakes. Attention will be mainly focused on Saturday's matches with the DRC-Sudan and Mauritania-Gabon posters. Here is the complete schedule with schedules, in Universal Time (UT), of all matches.

Denis Bouanga and Gabon will have to get their qualification in Mauritania. (Illustration). © AFP / ISSOUF SANOGO

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Wednesday, September 6

19pm Libya-Equatorial Guinea

Thursday, September 7

16pm Angola-Madagascar

Ghana-Central African Republic

19pm Niger-Uganda



Friday, September 8

16h Egypt-Ethiopia

18pm Burkina Faso-Eswatini

19pm Mali-South Sudan

Saturday, September 9

13pm Mozambique-Benin


16pm Mauritania-Gabon

DR Congo-Sudan

Côte d'Ivoire-Lesotho

19pm Senegal-Rwanda



Sunday, September 10

16pm Nigeria-Sao Tome and Principe

Togo-Cape Verde

19pm Gambia-Congo

Monday, September 11

16pm Guinea-Bissau-Sierra Leone

Tuesday, September 12

19pm Cameroon-Burundi

Teams already qualified (15): Côte d'Ivoire (host country) Algeria, Tunisia, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Equatorial Guinea, Morocco, Egypt, South Africa, Zambia, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde, Mali, Guinea

Teams already eliminated: Botswana, Libya, Madagascar, Lesotho, Sao Tome and Principe, Liberia, South Sudan, Niger, Togo, Sierra Leone, Eswatini, Comoros, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Malawi

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