With the 2021 African Cup of Nations Qualifications already coming to an end, there are teams that have already confirmed their place in the continental showpiece that is slated for Cameroon in 2022.
Tunisia became the latest team to confirm qualification following their 1-1 draw against Tanzania on Tuesday night.
Tunisia took the lead after just 11 minutes through Seifeddine Khaoui of Marseille but substitute Feisal Salum found restored parity just two minutes after the resumption with a stunning hit.
The draw was enough for Tunisia to confirm their place in Cameroon as they are now guaranteed a top-two finish, thanks to their 1-0 win over Tanzania last Friday. Tanzania is in third place on four points, two behind Equatorial Guinea in second place with Libya still in with a chance despite being bottom on three points.
In the other games, Mali ensured their place at an eighth consecutive Nations Cup finals with narrow hard-fought 2-1 win over hosts Namibia; all three goals of Tuesday's Group A encounter came in the opening 40 minutes of the game.
The two teams join Senegal and Algeria who qualified earlier with the teams joining hosts Cameroon as the teams to have booked a place in the tournament that was pushed to 2022.
- Cameroon (Hosts)