It is day four of the Africa Cup of Nations tournament, a day that sees Group F members taking the pitch.
Tuesday’s schedule sees defending champions Cameroon taking on Guinea Bissau at 8:00 pm local time while Ghana and Benin lock horns in a highly anticipated match.
Monday’s fixtures saw Jonathan Kodija netting the only goal that saw Ivory Coast narrowly beating South Africa 1-0. Bafana Bafana’s next match is now a must-win encounter when they take on neighbors Namibia on Friday, June 28.
Angola’s undeniable fighting spirit helped them clinch a 1-1 draw against Tunisia while Mauritania received the biggest loss of the tournament so far, going down 4-1 to ruthless Mali.
Kenya’s Harambee Stars will take the pitch again on Thursday at 11:00 pm when they take on neighbors Tanzania in a must-win match.
The homeboys were off to a horrible start, going down 2-0 to North African powerhouse Algeria. The Stars appeared panicky in the first half with numerous costly mistakes that saw Algeria getting a penalty.
Kenyans have pegged all hope in the forthcoming match against Taifa Stars, where a loss by Harambee Stars could mean the team kissing the tournament goodbye.