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Sunday, 09 May 2021
Sudan ended their Nations Cup qualifying campaign with 12 points, just one behind Group C leaders and already-qualified Ghana
Nigeria beat Benin 1-0 on Saturday while Lesotho held to goalless draw with Sierra Leone also on Saturday
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Half of the 24-team field for the finals has now been settled with the rest to be determined over the next five days of qualifying matches.
Comoros will end their qualifying campaign with a clash against Egypt in Cairo on Monday.
Nigeria, who have called up as many as 20 overseas-based stars, will set sail for the capital Porto-Novo on Friday morning.
The Stallions are now on top of Group B with nine points, just one ahead of second-placed Uganda.
Thomas Tuchel's much-changed side were below their best at Stamford Bridge, but Norwood's first half mistake put them on course to win a hard-fought quarter-final.
Kenya were held to a 1-1 draw against seven-time African champions and current Group G leaders Egypt in the opening match of the qualifiers
Senegal’s football federation said the ban was of a “totally discriminatory nature” and also against FIFA regulations. The LFP has not yet responded to a Reuters request for comment
With two rounds left in the qualifying pools, Guinea are second in Group A, two points behind Mali.
Star Soufiane Rahimi converted a 47th-minute penalty for the visitors in Ndola and substitute Noah Sadaoui added a second goal with three minutes of regular time remaining.
En-Nesyri scored his 15th league goal of the season just before the break before Franco Vazquez ensured the victory with a late effort.
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Aubameyang was left on the bench after reportedly arriving late for a team meeting before Arsenal beat north London rivals Tottenham 2-1 on Sunday.
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