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Tunisia line up heavy weight games ahead of Egypt's Nations Cup qualifiers clash

Ahram Online , Tuesday 21 Feb 2017
Egypt vs  Tunisia
Tunisian Youssef Meskeni (R) vies with Egypt's Mohamed Elneny (L) for the ball during their international friendly football match at the Cairo International stadium in the Egyptian capital on January 8, 2017. (AFP)
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Tunisia will meet Cameroon and Morocco next month in order to prepare for their match against Egypt for the African Cup of Nations qualifiers, the Tunisian Federation announced.

The friendlies have been scheduled for 24 March against African champions Cameroon and on 28 March against Morocco ahead of the Cup of Nations qualifier against Egypt that is due to be played between 5 and 13 June.

The North African rivals have been paired together and will go head to head in the first round of matches with Niger and Swaziland playing the other match in Group J.

The winners of the 12 groups will join hosts Cameroon in the tournament finals along with the three best runners-up.

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