THE continent’s biggest football showpiece, the African Cup of Nations, is underway in Egypt. It kicked off on June 21 after a spectacular opening ceremony.
With Morocco’s victory against Namibia, Ivory Coast will be up against South Africa for the final Group D fixture today in Cairo.
The action will turn fully to Group E where Tunisia and Angola square off after which the all West Africa affair will see debutants Mauritania play Mali.
Burundi – another debutant – lost their Group B opener against Nigeria whiles debutants Madagascar had lots of positives to take away from their 2 – 2 draw with Guinea in the same group.