The line-up for the quarter-finals of the 2021 African Nations Championship (Chan) staged in Cameroon is complete with Guinea and Zambia joining on Wednesday night.
The countries to play in the last eight of the tournament were known after the conclusion of the group phase of the competition with the final two matches in Group D.
Guinea joined after playing out to a 2-2 draw against Tanzania in Douala to top the group with five points, on goal difference from Zambia who had a goalless draw with Namibia in Limbe to finish second in the group.
The two countries will join title holders Morocco, Mali, Congo, Rwanda, Cameroon and DR Congo as teams to play in the quarter-finals.
This comes after the conclusion of the group phase of the competition is designed exclusively for home-based players.
There will be two rest days before the tournament resumes at the various venues.
The quarter-final will start on Saturday when Mali play Congo in Yaounde while DR Congo take on hosts Cameroon at the Japoma Stadium in Douala.
On Sunday, Morocco will take on Zambia in Douala at the Reunification Stadium while Guinea and Rwanda clash at the Limbe Stadium.
GROUP STAGE IS OVER 🤯
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