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The Flames light up at Afcon

2022-01-16 11:20:00 AM

The Flames light up at Afcon

Southern Africa might have a team in the knockout stage of the Afcon tournament after all.

Liverpool vs Brentford, 4pmTottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal, 6.30pmMalawi began their campaign in Cameroon with a defeat when they lost 1-0 to Guinea on Monday, the same day the Zimbabwean Warriors went down 1-0 to Senegal, while the Comoros were beaten by Gabon by the same score.

All but two group winners will face the third best-ranked teams in the last 16, and Malawi might follow pool fellows Senegal and Guinea to the knockout round.The Flames, who were eliminated in the first round at the 1984 and 2010 editions, are likely to face group C winners, possibly Morocco, or group D winners in a pool that features Nigeria, Egypt, Sudan and Guinea-Bissau.

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West Ham vs Leeds, 4pm Liverpool vs Brentford, 4pm Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal, 6.30pm Malawi began their campaign in Cameroon with a defeat when they lost 1-0 to Guinea on Monday, the same day the Zimbabwean Warriors went down 1-0 to Senegal, while the Comoros were beaten by Gabon by the same score. All but two group winners will face the third best-ranked teams in the last 16, and Malawi might follow pool fellows Senegal and Guinea to the knockout round. The Flames, who were eliminated in the first round at the 1984 and 2010 editions, are likely to face group C winners, possibly Morocco, or group D winners in a pool that features Nigeria, Egypt, Sudan and Guinea-Bissau. So far, hosts Cameroon, who hammered Ethiopia 4-1 on Thursday, and the Atlas Lions of Morocco headed into the weekend having already qualified for the knockout stage. Ghana faces an early exit unless they beat the Comoros in their final pool match on Tuesday. READ:  Tunisia protest dismissed amid claims that erratic Afcon ref Sizakwe suffered sunstroke The spotlight will now shift to today’s fixtures in group E and group F where top guns Ivory Coast and defending champions Algeria, as well as Tunisia and Mali, will be bidding to secure berths in the last 16. The knockout line-up is likely to produce fixtures pitting Algeria/Ivory Coast against Nigeria/Egypt or Mali/Tunisia against Algeria/Ivory Coast. There is also a question of who the giant-slayers of this Afcon will be after Madagascar, on their debut in Egypt in 2019, went all the way to the quarterfinals. Indications are that this year’s debutants Gambia could well be the team to beat the odds in Cameroon. The Scorpions, as the small west African national team are affectionately called, stung the favourites to win their group during the qualifiers ahead of Gabon, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola. It seems the fairy tale is not about to end after Gambia won their Afcon tournament opener against Mauritania on Wednesday. Mali could be in for a surprise if they underestimate the Scorpions in their fixture in Limbe this afternoon. Daniel Mothowagae