Monday, November 30, 2020

Checkout the standings of AFCON 2022 Ahead of the match day 3

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African countries are preparing to play the African cup of nations qualifiers and the teams are fully preparing to represent on the big scene.

The tournament was rescheduled from its usual date 2021 to 2022 due to the pandemic that has hit the world by storm, covid-19.

Match day 3 and 4 games will start on the 12 November, check below and see which teams looks likely to qualify for the final showdown in Cameroon on January 2022.

The tournament which is usually played in the space of a month will start from January to February  2022 a year later than the initial date, after Covid-19 disrupted the global football calendar.

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