Discover the meetings on the program this Tuesday across the African lawns, counting for the return leg of the first qualifying round of the 2024 women’s CAN.
The return leg of the first qualifying round of the 2024 women’s CAN ends this Tuesday with several matches on the program. In Cotonou, Benin hosts the DRC at the General Mathieu Kérékou stadium. Beaten 2-1 in Kinshasa, the Amazons must turn things around to qualify for the next round. A 1-0 or 3-1 success would ensure qualification for the Beninese.
Guinea, Tunisia, Mali, Togo and Ghana quiet
Five nations won in a big way during this first round of qualifying for the CAN Women. Tunisia first annihilated Niger 7-0. Togo also won by the same score in Djibouti, just like Ghana against Rwanda.
While Mali beat the Central African Republic 7-1. Guinea for its part did better with an 8-0 success against Mauritius. These five teams therefore leave with a large advantage to compete in the next round of qualifying for the CAN Women 2024. Botswana, winner 4-1 in Gabon, is also in a very favorable tie.
The program for this Tuesday, September 26
12 p.m.: Kenya – Cameroon
1 p.m.: Botswana – Gabon
1 p.m.: Tanzania – Ivory Coast
2 p.m.: Mauritius – Guinea
2:30 p.m.: Congo – Guinea-Bissau
3:30 p.m.: Ethiopia – Burundi
3:30 p.m.: Liberia – Cape Verde
3:30 p.m.: Togo – Djibouti
3:30 p.m.: Niger – Tunisia
4 p.m.: Ghana – Rwanda
4 p.m.: Burkina Faso – Eswatini
4 p.m.: Benin – DR Congo
4:30 p.m.: Mali – Central African Republic
28h: Algeria – Uganda