- Four nations have joined Cameroon for the 2021 Total Africa Cup of Nations final next year after Tuesday (17 November 2020) qualifiers were concluded.
The 33rd edition is slated for January and February 2022.
Holders Algeria, 2019 runners up Senegal, Tunisia, and Mali all booked their place in the next edition of the continental showpiece with two matchdays to spare.
Cameroon who had already qualified as host used the qualifiers to better prepare for the finals proper. They are currently topping their group with 10 points after four playing days.
Meanwhile, Chad, Sao Tome and Principe, Togo and Eswatini can no longer qualify to the finals.
24 matches were played over the 12 groups with eight wins for the home sides, nine draws, and seven away victories.
A total of 46 goals scored (1.9 goals per game).
1️⃣9️⃣ spots still up for grabs in the last two matchdays of the #TotalAFCONQ2021 ?
Here's how things stand after MD4 ? pic.twitter.com/3lD10Xi94T
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