African Cup of Nations 2019 in Egypt

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Thanks for the heads up, nearly missed that it was starting tonight.

Always enjoy watching it.
No worries John, all the games are
live on Eurosport for anyone else interested. Sky seems to be the only ones that are running with the Zimbabwe boycott story, hopefully there’s nothing in it.
Always some good games in this though.
 

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'Oh what a tangled web we weave...'🕷
2019 African Cup of Nations 2019 fixtures
Friday 21st June
Egypt v Zimbabwe (9:00pm BST)
Saturday 22nd June
DR Congo v Uganda (3:30pm BST)
Nigeria v Burundi (6:00pm BST)
Guinea v Madagascar (9:00pm BST)
Sunday 23rd June
Morocco v Namibia (3:30pm BST)
Senegal v Tanzania (6:00pm BST)
Algeria v Kenya (9:00pm BST)
Monday 24th June
Ivory Coast v South Africa (3:30pm BST)
Tunisia v Angola (6:00pm BST)
Mali v Mauritania (9:00pm BST)
Tuesday 25th June
Cameroon v Guinea-Bissau (6:00pm BST)
Ghana v Benin (9:00pm BST)
Wednesday 26th June
Nigeria v Guinea (3:30pm BST)
Uganda v Zimbabwe (6:00pm BST)
Egypt v DR Congo (9:00pm BST)
Thursday 27th June
Madagascar v Burundi (3:30pm BST)
Senegal v Algeria (6:00pm BST)
Kenya v Tanzania (9:00pm BST)
Friday 28th June
Tunisia v Mali (3:30pm BST)
Morocco v Ivory Coast (6:00pm BST)
South Africa v Namibia (9:00pm BST)
Saturday 29th June
Mauritania v Angola (3:30pm BST)
Cameroon v Ghana (6:00pm BST)
Benin v Guinea-Bissau (9:00pm BST)
Sunday 30th June
Burundi v Guinea (5:00pm BST)
Madagascar v Nigeria (5:00pm BST)
Uganda v Egypt (8:00pm BST)
Zimbabwe v DR Congo (8:00pm BST)
Monday 1st July
Namibia v Ivory Coast (5:00pm BST)
South Africa v Morocco (5:00pm BST)
Kenya v Senegal (8:00pm BST)
Tanzania v Algeria (8:00pm BST)
Tuesday 2nd July
Benin v Cameroon (5:00pm BST)
Guinea-Bissau v Ghana (5:00pm BST)
Angolo v Mali (8:00pm BST)
Mauritania v Morocco (8:00pm BST)

Friday 5th July
Group D winner v Group B/E/F third place (5:00pm BST)
Group A runner-up v Group C runner-up (8:00pm BST)
Saturday 6th July
Group B runner-up v Group F runner-up (6:00pm BST)
Group A winner v Group C/D/E third place (8:00pm BST)
Sunday 7th July
Group B winner v Group A/C/D third place (5:00pm BST)
Group C winner v Group A/B/F third place (8:00pm BST)
Monday 8th July
Group E winner v Group D runner-up (6:00pm BST)
Group F winner v Group E runner-up (8:00pm BST)

Wednesday 10th July – Quarter-finals
R16 winner 2 v R16 winner 1 (6:00pm BST)
R16 winner 4 v R16 winner 3 (8:00pm BST)
Thursday 11th July – Quarter-finals
R16 winner 7 v R16 winner 6 (6:00pm BST)
R16 winner 5 v R16 winner 8 (8:00pm BST)

Sunday 14th July – Semi-finals
QF winner 1 v QF winner 4 (5:00pm BST)
QF winner 3 v QF winner 2 (8:00pm BST)

Wednesday 17th July – Third-place play-off
SF1 loser v SF2 loser (8:00pm BST)

Friday 19th July – Final
SF1 winner v SF2 winner (8:00pm BST)
 
2019 African Cup of Nations 2019 fixtures
Friday 21st June
Egypt v Zimbabwe (9:00pm BST)
Saturday 22nd June
DR Congo v Uganda (3:30pm BST)
Nigeria v Burundi (6:00pm BST)
Guinea v Madagascar (9:00pm BST)
Sunday 23rd June
Morocco v Namibia (3:30pm BST)
Senegal v Tanzania (6:00pm BST)
Algeria v Kenya (9:00pm BST)
Monday 24th June
Ivory Coast v South Africa (3:30pm BST)
Tunisia v Angola (6:00pm BST)
Mali v Mauritania (9:00pm BST)
Tuesday 25th June
Cameroon v Guinea-Bissau (6:00pm BST)
Ghana v Benin (9:00pm BST)
Wednesday 26th June
Nigeria v Guinea (3:30pm BST)
Uganda v Zimbabwe (6:00pm BST)
Egypt v DR Congo (9:00pm BST)
Thursday 27th June
Madagascar v Burundi (3:30pm BST)
Senegal v Algeria (6:00pm BST)
Kenya v Tanzania (9:00pm BST)
Friday 28th June
Tunisia v Mali (3:30pm BST)
Morocco v Ivory Coast (6:00pm BST)
South Africa v Namibia (9:00pm BST)
Saturday 29th June
Mauritania v Angola (3:30pm BST)
Cameroon v Ghana (6:00pm BST)
Benin v Guinea-Bissau (9:00pm BST)
Sunday 30th June
Burundi v Guinea (5:00pm BST)
Madagascar v Nigeria (5:00pm BST)
Uganda v Egypt (8:00pm BST)
Zimbabwe v DR Congo (8:00pm BST)
Monday 1st July
Namibia v Ivory Coast (5:00pm BST)
South Africa v Morocco (5:00pm BST)
Kenya v Senegal (8:00pm BST)
Tanzania v Algeria (8:00pm BST)
Tuesday 2nd July
Benin v Cameroon (5:00pm BST)
Guinea-Bissau v Ghana (5:00pm BST)
Angolo v Mali (8:00pm BST)
Mauritania v Morocco (8:00pm BST)

Friday 5th July
Group D winner v Group B/E/F third place (5:00pm BST)
Group A runner-up v Group C runner-up (8:00pm BST)
Saturday 6th July
Group B runner-up v Group F runner-up (6:00pm BST)
Group A winner v Group C/D/E third place (8:00pm BST)
Sunday 7th July
Group B winner v Group A/C/D third place (5:00pm BST)
Group C winner v Group A/B/F third place (8:00pm BST)
Monday 8th July
Group E winner v Group D runner-up (6:00pm BST)
Group F winner v Group E runner-up (8:00pm BST)

Wednesday 10th July – Quarter-finals
R16 winner 2 v R16 winner 1 (6:00pm BST)
R16 winner 4 v R16 winner 3 (8:00pm BST)
Thursday 11th July – Quarter-finals
R16 winner 7 v R16 winner 6 (6:00pm BST)
R16 winner 5 v R16 winner 8 (8:00pm BST)

Sunday 14th July – Semi-finals
QF winner 1 v QF winner 4 (5:00pm BST)
QF winner 3 v QF winner 2 (8:00pm BST)

Wednesday 17th July – Third-place play-off
SF1 loser v SF2 loser (8:00pm BST)

Friday 19th July – Final
SF1 winner v SF2 winner (8:00pm BST)
Nice work there John.
 
I'll not be watching the AFCON, but if someone could keep an eye on it and let me know if someone breaks Salah's leg...

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I've got to admit that my knowledge of African football is a bit superficial. Which teams are the ones to watch here? I know, I know. Usually I'd accept an answer of "All of them!" but, and I never thought I'd say this, there is too much bloody football on at the moment. My girlfriend is very understanding but even she will get pissed off if I say I'm going to be watching eight games a day now.
 

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'Oh what a tangled web we weave...'🕷
I've got to admit that my knowledge of African football is a bit superficial. Which teams are the ones to watch here? I know, I know. Usually I'd accept an answer of "All of them!" but, and I never thought I'd say this, there is too much bloody football on at the moment. My girlfriend is very understanding but even she will get pissed off if I say I'm going to be watching eight games a day now.
I also have poor knowledge of the African game too however, I really do enjoy this competition possibly because I have no dog in the fight (as it were). Normally just sit back on watch.
Egypt, Nigeria and Senegal seem to be the favourites.

If you're looking for a Spurs connection - Wanyama is captaining Kenya and Aurier is captaining Ivory Coast. Kenya play Sunday and Ivory Coast on Monday.
 
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