Zimbabwe 2-2 Algeria
Algeria have qualified for the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations despite surrendering a two-goal lead against Zimbabwe.
The visitors raced into a two-goal lead in the first half thanks to goals from Andy Delort and a classy finish from Riyad Mahrez.
The Warriors did pull a goal back through Knowledge Musona's superb free-kick in the 43rd minute before Prince Dube's 82nd minute strike rescued a point for the hosts.
South Sudan 1-0 Uganda
Uganda's qualification hopes took a slight knock after falling to a 1-0 loss at the hands of South Sudan.
The visitors were reduced to 10 men in the 33rd minute when Khalid Aucho was shown a straight red card after a penalty was awarded to the hosts.
Tito Okello took responsibility for the spot-kick and made no mistake to put Sudan ahead before the break, which ultimately secured the win.
Malawi 0-0 Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso remain top of Group B after playing to a goalless draw at Malawi on Monday afternoon.
Malawi find themselves in third spot after four matches.
Eswatini 0-0 Congo
Congo edged closer to securing a spot at Afcon after drawing 0-0 away to winless Eswatini.
With Group I leaders Senegal already qualified, a win for Congo in their next game will seal a spot at next year's tournament.
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Botswana 1-0 Zambia
Botswana claimed their first win in Group H after edging Zambia 1-0 on Monday evening.
Mosha Gaolaolwe was the hero on the day after netting the game's only goal as early as the sixth minute.
The win sees Botswana leapfrog Zambia into third spot, with two rounds of matches left in the qualifiers.
Gambia 2-1 Gabon
Gambia leapfrogged Gabon into top spot in Group D after defeating Gabon 2-1 on Monday evening.
Gabon were in the news all Monday after they were forced to sleep at the airport ahead of the clash.
Nevertheless, the hosts got the win thanks to a second-half brace by Musa Barrows, as Bruno Ecuele Managa's for Gabon proved to be a consolation.
Mozambique 0-2 Cameroon
Cameroon got the better of Mozambique after claiming 2-0 victory on Monday evening.
After Reginaldo missed a penalty for the hosts in the 22nd minute, Vincent Aboubakar gave Cameroon the lead four minutes later.
Serge Tabekou sealed the win for Indomitable Lions, who sit top of Group F while Mozambique remain second.