Absolute Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Egypt 2019 champions Algeria will begin their excursion to a third African crown at home against 2012 champions Zambia when the qualifiers for the Cameroon 2021 show-stopper commences in November.
Algeria who beat Senegal 1-0 in the last on July 19 in Cairo will at that point head out away to Botswana for the second match day.
In the interim, Senegal who will hope to proceed with the chase for a lady African title will begin their capability venture at home against Congo Brazaville in Dakar before Sadio Mane and co travel to eSwatini for their subsequent qualifier.
Somewhere else, 2019 has and record six-time champions Egypt start their excursion to one more Cup of Nations at home against Kenya’s Harambee Stars.
Madagascar who left a mark on the world by going right to the quarter finals in their lady endeavor in Egypt will hope to record a second progressive capability to the last competition and will begin the long street to Cameroon with a home tie against Ethiopia.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles who won bronze in Egypt 2019 will likewise begin their mission at home against one more of the unexpected bundles from the last release, Benin.
The first and second round of matches will be played consecutive between November 11- 19 with the third and fourth round of matches planned for between August 31 and September 8 2020.
Match day five of the gathering period of the qualifiers will be played between October 5-13 2020 with the last capability round planned for between November 9-17, 2020
The top two groups from each gathering will fit the bill for the 2021 release of the competition.