Extra reported by AFP.
Mauritania, a predominantly deserted state that has never been qualified for the African Nations Cup, is among 15 countries that could secure places at the 2019 tournament this weekend.
A team led by French coach Corentin Martins will definitely have a top finish in Group I and a qualification if they defeat Botswana at the bottom side of Nouakchott.
The Mauritanians, whose squad includes players from local clubs, African, European and Middle East, enjoying many psychological advantages over their opponents.
He traveled to the nation of Africa for the first round of qualification in June last year and won 1-0 through the aim of Abdallahi Soudani.
Although Mauritania has won three of four games in a group that was completed by Burkina Faso and Angola, Botswana has lost three, pulled, and scored one goal in 360 minutes.
An insight into the recording books will bring extra poison to the Botswan as only 4-0 hides 12 years ago by the only visit of the previous Nations Cup to Nouakchott.
Another French trainer, Patrice Neveu, has transformed Mauritania from whipping boys to spectacular opponents by qualifying for the 2013 African Nations Championship for home players.
Under Martins, they stunned South Africa in the Nations Cup qualification in 2017 and ran twice five African Cameroun championships in the same group.
Algeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, DR Congo, Gabon or Mali, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau or Namibia, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe could also qualify.
Cameroon is automatic participants as the finalists and Madagascar guests, for the first time, Egypt, Senegal and Tunisia and slots were secured during the morning.
South Africa needs to win and Nigeria pulls out of Group E's confrontation of ex-champions in Soweto to be sure of a qualification after both failed a 2017 tournament.
An injury recruits Nigerian Claims Occasionally while South Africa chooses Thulani Serero, which triggered a number of previous calls because a warranty was not a starting point.
Afcon 2019 qualification: Settings and results
Note: The results will appear here as soon as the games have been completed. Findings can be found in the tables below.
16 November 2018
South Sudan 2-5 Burundi
Egypt against Tunisia
Morocco against Cameroon
November 17 2018
South Africa vs. Nigeria
Comoros vs Malawi
Uganda vs Cape Verde
Gabon vs Mali
Namibia against Gini-Bissau
Equatorial Guinea vs. Senegal
Gambia against Benin
Seychelles vs. Libya
November 18, 2018
Madagascar vs. Sudan
Congo against DR Congo
Mozambique vs Zambia
Eswatini vs. Niger
Rwanda against the Central Republic of Africa
Ethiopia against Ghana
Kenya vs. Sierra Leone (Having canceled because FIFA prohibits Sierra Leone for government intervention)
Togo against Algeria
Angola against Burkina Faso
Liberia vs. Zimbabwe
Lesotho against Tanzania
Mauritania against Botswana
Guinea vs. Ivory Coast
Afcon 2019 latest soccer stands – group-in-group