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  • Samson Omale

23 Teams Confirmed for Africa Cup of Nations 2021

Twenty-three of twenty-four teams have now qualified for the Afcon 2021 tournament which comes up next January and February in Cameroon

However the CAF Organising Committee for the Africa Cup of Nations has decided to postpone the AFCON 2021 qualification match between Sierra Leone and Benin to the next FIFA international window in June 2021.

The match was scheduled to be played on 30 March 2021 in Freetown.

The committee made this decision after reviewing official accounts of the incidents that stopped the match from taking place at the scheduled time.

The Committee's rationale to move the dates was based on the fact that the match was to take place on the last day of the international window and, scheduling it for the following day (today, Wednesday) would have affected the players' scheduled return to their respective clubs.

The committee, therefore, felt that moving the match to the next international window was the better course of action.

CAF has informed the football federations of Sierra Leone and Benin about its decision and will provide further information on the rearranged fixture in due course.

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