2019 AFCON Guide - Who is Playing Who?

The AFCON 2019 draws has come and gone with the 24 teams clearly to be involved in a dog fight against the so called ‘weaker opponents’, and the big guns in order to try and clinch the 32 edition of the AFCON to take place in the land of the pyramids


TOURNAMENT HOST

Egypt, 7 time winners of the AFCON (lastly won the tournament in 2010 and are strong favorites).


FOVOURITES

Nigeria

Ghana

Cameroon

Senegal

Morocco

Tunisia

Ivory coast


NEWCOMERS

Burundi

Madagascar

Mauritania


OTHER TEAMS

Kenya

Zimbabwe

South Africa

Algeria

Angola

Benin

D.R Congo

Guinea

Guinea .B

Kenya

Mali

Namibia

Tanzania

Uganda


GROUP A

Egypt

Zimbabwe

Uganda

DRC

GROUP B

Burundi

Madagascar

Guinea

Nigeria

GROUP C

Kenya

Tanzania

Algeria

Senegal

GROUP D

Morocco

South Africa

Namibia

Ivory Coast

GROUP E

Mali

Mauritania

Angola

Tunisia

GROUP F

Guinea Bissau

Benin

Ghana

Cameroon


Fixtures - Group A

DateGameTime (UK)Venue
June 22Egypt vs Zimbabwe10pmCairo International Stadium
June 22DR Congo vs Uganda3:30pmCairo International Stadium
June 26Egypt vs DR Congo9pmCairo International Stadium
June 26Uganda vs Zimbabwe6pmCairo International Stadium
June 30Uganda vs Egypt8pmCairo International Stadium
June 30Zimbabwe vs DR Congo8pm30 June Stadium


Fixtures - Group B

DateGameTime (UK)Venue
June 22Nigeria vs Burundi6pmAlexandria Stadium
June 22Guinea vs Madagascar9pmAlexandria Stadium
June 26Nigeria vs Guinea3:30pmAlexandria Stadium
June 27Madagascar vs Burundi3:30pmAlexandria Stadium
June 30Madagascar vs Nigeria5pmAlexandria Stadium
June 30Burundi vs Guinea5pmAl Salam Stadium


Fixtures - Group C

DateGameTime (UK)Venue
June 23Senegal vs Tanzania6pm30 June Stadium
June 23Algeria vs Kenya9pm30 June Stadium
June 27Senegal vs Algeria6pm30 June Stadium
June 27Kenya vs Tanzania9pm30 June Stadium
July 1Kenya vs Senegal8pm30 June Stadium
July 1Tanzania vs Algeria8pmAl Salam Stadium


Fixtures - Group D

DateGameTime (UK)Venue
June 23Morocco vs Namibia3:30pmAl Salam Stadium
June 24Ivory Coast vs South Africa3:30pmAl Salam Stadium
June 28Morocco vs Ivory Coast6pmAl Salam Stadium
June 28South Africa vs Namibia9pmAl Salam Stadium
July 1South Africa vs Morcoco5pmAl Salam Stadium
July 1Namibia vs Ivory Coast5pmCairo International Stadium


Fixtures - Group E

DateGameTime (UK)Venue
June 24Tunisia vs Angola6pmSuez Stadium
June 24Mali vs Mauritania9pmSuez Stadium
June 28Tunisia vs Mali3:30pmSuez Stadium
June 29Mauritania vs Angola3:30pmSuez Stadium
July 2Mauritania vs Tunisia8pmSuez Stadium
July 2Angola vs Mali8pmIsmailia Stadium


Fixtures - Group F

DateGameTime (UK)Venue
June 25Cameroon vs Guinea-Bissau6pmIsmailia Stadium
June 25Ghana vs Benin9pmIsmailia Stadium
June 29Cameroon vs Ghana6pmIsmailia Stadium
June 29Benin vs Guinea-Bissau9pmIsmailia Stadium
July 2Benin vs Cameroon5pmIsmailia Stadium
July 2Guinea-Bissau vs Ghana5pmSuez Stadium


Group D has been tipped the group of death with 3 former winners in Morocco, South Africa, and the ivory coast who between them have 4 titles, and the underdog would have to be Namibia, but they have a huge statement to make.


*Additonal info from - GIOVANNI WANNEH

 and Goal


Date: May 23, 2019

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