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CAF Women’s Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers resumes on Wednesday

The road to the upcoming TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, Morocco 2024 resumes this week, as Africa’s premier women’s national team competition enters the nerve-wrecking second round of qualifiers.

Tunisia and Congo kick of the first leg matches this Wednesday where the Congolese will be tasked with a tough assignment of travelling up north.

After overcoming Cote d’Ivoire, Tanzania will come face to face with Togo, the same side that cruised past Djibouti with a comfortable 6-0 scoreline.

All eyes will be on the reigning champions, South Africa who face a determined Burkina Faso side that is looking at seeing themselves in the competition again after the last edition’s appearance.  

Another interesting duel sees a Central African clash between Democratic Republic of Congo facing Equatorial Guinea.

TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, Morocco 2024 Qualifiers | *Local Times

Wednesday, 29 November

14:30 | Tunisia – Congo

16h00|  Angola – Zambia

17h00| Kenya – Botswana

Thursday, 30 November

15h00 | Guinea – Mali

16h00 | Nigeria – Cape Verde

16h00 | Senegal – Egypt

16h00 | Burkina Faso – South Africa

18h00 |  Tanzania – Togo

20h00 |  Algeria – Burundi

Friday, 01 December 

14h30 | Ghana – Namibia

16h00 |  Equatorial Guinea – Democratic Republic of Congo


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