Thursday Oct 22, 2015. 17:00
Morocco will book their spot at the African Nations Championship Rwanda 2016 this Thursday, if they avoid defeat against Libya in Radès.
The local Atlas Lions are topping the Northern Zone group on 4 points with two games in hand, neck in neck with Tunisia and one point above bottom-placed Libya who will be playing their final qualifying match.
With the top two sides set to appear at the tournament’s finals, which will take place in Rwanda between 16 January and 7 February 2016, a draw will be enough to take the Moroccans through to the continental event while the 2013 winners need a win to keep alive their chance of defending their crown next January.
The final game of the Northern Zone group will see Moroccans and Tunisians lock horns at the same venue on 25 October.
Tonight’s match is scheduled at Stade Olympique de Radès at 19h00 CAT.