With outcome of just concluded Group E and F final match round of the group stages on Tuesday. Nigeria super eagle will face defending champions , the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon on Saturday at 6pm.
However, South Africa qualified as fourth team among the best third-placed countries, with the others being Benin, Congo DR and Guinea.
See full fixtures below.
Friday, July 5
Morocco vs. Benin, 6 p.m.
Uganda vs. Senegal, 9 p.m.
Saturday, July 6
Nigeria vs. Cameroon, 6 p.m.
Egypt vs. South Africa, 9 p.m.
Sunday, July 7
Madagascar vs. DR Congo, 6 p.m.
Algeria vs. Guinea, 9 p.m.
Monday, July 8
Mali vs. Ivory Coast, 6 p.m.
Ghana vs. Tunisia 9 p.m.
Wednesday, July 10
Uganda/Senegal v Morocco/Benin, 30 June Stadium – 18:00
Cameroon/Nigeria v Egypt/South Africa, Cairo International Stadium – 21:00
Thursday, July 11
Mali/Ivory Coast v Algeria/Guinea, Suez Stadium – 18:00
Madagascar/DR Congo v Ghana/Tunisia, Al Salam Stadium – 21:00
Sunday, July 14
Uganda/Senegal/Morocco/Benin v Madagascar/DR Congo/Ghana/Tunisia, 30 June Stadium – 18:00
Mali/Ivory Coast/Algeria/Guinea v Cameroon/Nigeria/Egypt/South Africa, Cairo International Stadium – 21:00
Wednesday, July 17
Losing semi-finalists, Al Salam Stadium – 21:00
Friday, July 19
Winning semi-finalists, Cairo International Stadium – 21:00