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April 23, 2024

U20 AFCON Quarter final Draw – Uganda take on Nigeria

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The Quarter-finals will be played between Thursday 02 and Friday 03 February 2023.

U20 AFCON Quarter final Draw – Uganda take on Nigeria

Tuesday – Uganda will face Nigeria in the TotalEnergies U20 AFCON quarter-finals in one of four exciting match-ups. The Hippos played out a goalless draw with South Sudan in their last group stage match.

Nigeria finished second in their group with two wins and a loss.

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The Quarter-finals will be played between Thursday 02 and Friday 03 February 2023.

Paul Jawa of South Sudan celebrates goal with teammates during the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations U20 match between Central African Republic and South Sudan at the Suez Canal Stadium, Ismailia.

Senegal, who won all their group stage matches, take on Benin at the Cairo International Stadium on Thursday at 16h00 local time (14h00 GMT). Senegalese forward Pape Diop is leading the scorers’ chart with four goals.

The Gambia will take on South Sudan on Friday at Haras El Hodoud Stadium in Alexandria (16h00 local time, 14h00 GMT). Ghana topped their group with three wins, while South Sudan qualified for the knockout stages as one of the best third-placed teams.

Prince Aldy Soussou of Congo celebrates goal with teammates during the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations U20 match between South Sudan and Congo at the Suez Canal Stadium, Ismailia.

In what is set to be a mouthwatering clash, Congo will meet Tunisia at Cairo International Stadium in Cairo (19h00 local time, 17h00 GMT).

All the nations that qualify for the semi-finals will earn an automatic place at the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

U20 AFCON FULL DRAWS

Quarter finals

Thursday 2 February

Senegal v Benin – Cairo International Stadium at 16h00 local time (14h00 GMT)

Uganda v Nigeria – Suez Canal Stadium in Ismailia at 19h00 local time (17h00 GMT)

Friday 3 February

Gambia v South Sudan – Haras El Hodoud Stadium in Alexandria (16h00 local time, 14h00 GMT)

Congo v Tunisia – Cairo International Stadium in Cairo (19h00 local time, 17h00 GMT)

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