The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations tournament is slowly taking shape going into the last two rounds of qualifier matches.
The continent's top dogs are in line to qualify, with a few new entrants set to make the cut as well.
So far though, only three teams have punched their tickets for next year's tournament.
The Indomitable Lions have qualified by virtue of being the tournament's hosts.
They have however been impressive in the qualifier matches, and are yet to taste defeat in the four matches they have played.
Their recent two matches, a double-header against Mozambique, has seen them record a 6-1 win aggregate, following their 4-1 win at home on Thursday with a 2-0 win away on Monday evening.
FULL-TIME: Mozambique 0-2 Cameroon— mihigo saddam (@mihigosadam) November 16, 2020
Vincent Aboubakar 26', Serge Tabekou 73'.
The host accumulated 10 pts in Group F. Mozambique are second (4pts) in 4 played matches. In 3 matches, Cape Verde are 3rd with 3 pts as Rwanda are at the bottom with 1 pt in the pocket.#2021AFCONQ pic.twitter.com/Q1IIRwlZ18
The Lions of Teranga, who are also last tournament's finalists became the first country to qualify on Sunday after their 1-0 win over Guinea Bissau.
Liverpool dangerman Sadio Mane scored the all-important goal, which saw them move to the top of Group I with 12 points, six ahead of second-placed Congo, and nine ahead of Guinea Bissau in third place.
The defending champions booked their place following a 2-2 draw against Zimbabwe on Sunday evening, with Man City's Riyad Mahrez grabbing the headlines with a fine goal.
The draw saw the Desert Foxes lose their perfect record in the qualifiers, having picked three wins in the opening three matches.
Who else will join the three sides? The qualification matches continue on Tuesday evening.