Serbia-based forward El Fardou Nabouhane (R) is one of the stars of a Comoros team hoping to reach the Africa Cup of Nations finals for the first time. AFP
Comoros made history after securing their place in next year's Africa Cup of Nations for the first time in the country's history following their goalless draw to Togo on Thursday.
They are now on top of their group with nine points, just one ahead of second-placed Egypt, who will face Kenya later on Thursday.
Kenya are third in the Group with three points from four games while Togo lie on the Group bottom with two points.
Comoros will end their qualifying campaign with a clash against Egypt in Cairo on Monday.
They held record seven-time African champions Egypt to a historic draw in their second group game last year.
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