CAN 2022: The complete program of the 8th finals

The eighth finals of the African Cup will be played in a single match. The winners of these matches will qualify for the quarterfinals, which will be held on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 January. The qualified countries are now fixed. Here is the complete program of the round of the 8th finals of the CAN.
Burkina Faso – Gabon
Second in Group A, Kamou Malo’s team will challenge the Panthers, who finished 2nd in Group C, on Sunday, January 23 (5:00 p.m.), in Limbe.
Nigeria – Tunisia
Leaders of group D with three wins in three games, the Nigerians will face the Eagles of Carthage on Sunday, January 23 (20:00), in Garoua.
Guinea – Gambia
Naby Keïta’s team will meet Gambia, which will play for the first time in its history a round of 16 of an African Cup, on Monday, January 24 (17:00), in Bafoussam.
Cameroon – Comoros
The hosts will face the Coelacanths, who also qualified for the 8th round of a CAN for the very first time in their history, on Monday, January 24 (20:00), in Yaoundé.
Senegal – Cape Verde
The Lions of Teranga finished first in Group B and will face Cape Verde, third in Group A, on Tuesday, January 25 (20:00), in Bafoussam.
Morocco – Malawi
Leaders of the group C, the men of Vahid Halilhodžić will face the Flames, on Tuesday, January 25 (20:00), on the pitch of the Yaoundé Stadium.
Ivory Coast – Egypt
This is the shock of this round of 16. The defeated Algeria will be opposed to Mohamed Salah’s Egypt, on Wednesday, January 26 (17:00), in Douala.
Mali – Equatorial Guinea
First in Group F, Mohamed Magassouba’s Eagles will meet Equatorial Guinea, which won two of its three group games, on Wednesday, January 26 (20:00), in Limbe.

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