A few more nations secured their ticket to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday, and there are only five spots remaining for the tournament.
There was some history made on Saturday as Burundi qualified for their first-ever Afcon following a 1-1 draw with Gabon in Bujumbura.
Joining Burundi in the next round from Saturday's action was Guinea Bissau and Namibia, who both qualified despite not securing victory.
There are now only five spots up for grab, as the likes of Bafana Bafana, Libya, Benin, Togo, Zimbabwe, Liberia, Congo DR, Congo, Tanzania, Lesotho and Cape Verde take to the field on Sunday.
The tournament, which is scheduled to take place in Cameroon, has moved from the usual January/February to June/July for the first time.