The Africa Cup of Nations knockout phases begin in Morocco in the coming days, with Morocco meeting Malawi at the Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo on Tuesday.
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Morocco had a decent group stage record, winning two and drawing one of their three games. They won their first game 1-0 against Ghana before winning their second game 2-0 against Comoros. After that, they drew 2-2 with Gabon in their last group stage match.
For the third year in a row, the Atlas Lions are in the knockout stages, and they will be hoping to go all the way for the first time in over 50 years.
Despite being the lowest-ranked nation in their group, Malawi qualified for the AFCON’s final 16. They were defeated 1-0 by Guinea in their first match before coming back to overcome Zimbabwe 2-1 in their second match. They subsequently drew 0-0 with group leaders Senegal in their last match.
When does Morocco vs Malawi kick-off?
Morocco vs Malawi will kick off at 00:00 on 26th January 2022 at Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo
Morocco vs Malawi Team News
Morocco Team News
Morocco will head into the game without Ilias Chair.
Morocco possible starting lineup:
Yassine Bounou; Achraf Hakimi, Romain Saiss, Nayef Aguerd, Adam Masina; Sofyan Amrabat; Tarik Tissoudali, Selim Amallah, Imran Louza, Sofiane Boufal; Ayoub El Kaabi
Malawi Team News
Limbikani Mvaza is injured for Malawi.
Malawi possible starting lineup:
Chaziya, Gomezgani Chirwa; Francisco Madinga, John Christopher Banda, Chimwenwe Idana, Stanley Sanudi; Gabadinho Mhango; Richard Mbulu, Khuda Muyaba