Full Time in Maputo
Mozambique 0 – 1 Zambia.
Singuluma scored for Zambia
Chipolopolo now have 8 points.
Welcome to Supersport’s coverage of live football with 12 Afcon 2015 qualifying group stage matches tonight. Catch the action live on SS3 HD, SS4 HD and live streaming on supersport.com.
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We’ll pull the best of them into our coverage below.
2.25pm – AFCON and European qualifying fixtures today.
So here is all the action we have for you in the African and European qualifiers...
Afcon 2015 Groups
14:30 Malawi v Mali Kamuzu Stadium
15:00 South Africa v Sudan Moses Mabhida Stadium
15:00 Uganda v Ghana Mandela National Stadium
15:30 Togo v Guinea Kegue Stadium, Lome
16:00 Angola v Gabon Estádio 11 de Novembro
16:00 Mozambique v Zambia Estádio Nacional do Zimpeto
16:00 Lesotho v Burkina Faso Setsoto Stadium
16:00 Cameroon v DR Congo Yaounde
16:00 Cape Verde v Niger Estádio da Várzea
16:30 Congo v Nigeria Stade Municipal de Pointe-Noire
19:00 Egypt v Senegal Cairo Stadium
21:30 Algeria v Ethiopia Bilda Stadium, Bilda
European Championship Qualifiers
19:00 San Marino v Estonia Olimpico di Serravalle
19:00 Austria v Russia Ernst-Happel-Stadion
19:00 England v Slovenia Wembley
19:00 Luxembourg v Ukraine Josy-Barthel
19:00 Moldova v Liechtenstein Stadionul Zimbru
21:45 Spain v Belarus Nuevo Colombino
21:45 Macedonia v Slovakia Filip II Arena
21:45 Montenegro v Sweden Podgorica City Stadium
21:45 Switzerland v Lithuania AFG Arena
2.20pm – A must-win for Zambia too
Nigeria aren’t the only Africa powerhouse in danger of missing out of the finals. 2012 champions Zambia will have to jostle with Mozambique, to make the finals, while 2010 champions Egypt must make up ground on Senegal, who they host. We are in for some humdingers.
2.15pm – Will the defending nations qualify?
Nigeria are in danger of not making it to the Finals as they head to Congo-Brazzaville for a tricky tie against Claude Le Roy’s Diables Rouges (Red Devils). The Super Eagles desperately need a win to resurrect what has quite frankly been a faltering campaign.Stephen Keshi, whose tenure as coach was only recently renewed will know that his brief is to win against Congo to give his side a fighting chance of making it to Equatorial Guinea.Anything but a victory could just about place Nigeria’s hopes in jeopardy. Can the Super Eagles soar?
Zambia vs Mozambique
Mozambique vs Zambia