Benin face Patrice Carteron's Mali in key clash.
Stephane Sessegnon’s Benin side travel to Mali on Sunday as they hope to keep alive their World Cup qualification hopes.
Mali, who are managed by former Black Cat Patrice Carteron, need to win the clash to all-but secure their progress to the next stage of the African World Cup qualifiers.
A win for Benin would keep the pressure on their opponents, and also Algeria, as the African qualification stages reach their penultimate week.
After losing to Algeria last weekend, Sessegnon’s side know only a win against the Malians will keep their qualification hopes alive.
Ahmed Elmohamady is also in qualification action as Egypt travel to Mozambique knowing a win will secure their place in Round Three of the African section of the World Cup qualifiers.
The Egyptians currently top Group G having won all four of their games in a group which also contains Guinea and Zimbabwe.
Check safc.com for a full round-up on Monday.