2023 African Nations Cup qualifiers results & fixtures (2nd round) — Africa — Ahram Online

All times GMT+2
Sun­day 5 June 
Group E
Mada­gas­car 1–1 Ango­laS­cor­ers: Rako­to­hari­malala 36 / Gel­son 43
Cen­tral Africa 1–1 GhanaScor­ers: Nam­n­gan­da 41 / Kudus 17
Group J
Botswana 0–0 Tunisia
Mon­day 6 June 
21:00 Equa­to­r­i­al Guinea vs. Libya
Tues­day 7 June 
Group B
15:00 Eswa­ti­ni vs. Burk­i­na Faso18:00 Cap Verde vs. Togo
Group H
18:00 Zam­bia vs. Comoros
Group L
21:00 Rwan­da vs. Senegal
Wednes­day 8 June
Group F
15:00 Ugan­da vs. Niger18:00 Tan­za­nia vs. Algeria
Group G
18:00 Con­go vs. Gambia
Group I
18:00 Gabon vs. Mauritania21:00 Sudan vs. DR Congo
Group L
21:00 Benin vs. Mozambique
Thurs­day 9 June 
Group C
15:00 Burun­di vs. Cameroon
Group G
15:00 South Sudan vs. Mali
Group D
18:00 Guinea vs. Malawi18:00 Ethiopia vs. Egypt
Group H
19:00 Lesotho vs. Cote D’Ivoire
Mon­day 13 June 
Group A
15:00 Mau­ri­tius vs. Nigeria18:00 Sier­ra Leon vs. Guinea Bissau
Group K
21:00 Liberia vs. Morocco
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