The ten African countries pre-qualified for the Qatar 2022 World Cup will narrow the list to five teams this Tuesday, March 29, 2022.
In total, 5 African countries will be present at the next edition of the World Cup which will be played this year in Qatar.
Ghana will face Nigeria at 5pm GMT in Abuja, after a 0-0 draw in Kumasi last week. At the same time, Senegal, who lost to Egypt in the first leg (1-0), will take its revenge at the new Abdoulaye Wade stadium near Dakar.
At 7:30 p.m. GMT, the three other matches will be played in the north of the continent: Algeria vs Cameroon in Blida, DR Congo vs Morocco at the Mohammed V stadium, and Tunisia vs Mali at the Olympic stadium in Rades in Tunisia.
In the first leg last week, Tunisia won Les Aigles du Mali (1-0) at home, Morocco and DR Congo finished (1-1), while Algeria dominated Rigobert’s first Squad , 1-0, in Cameroon.