African World Cup Qualifiers: Check Out Current Group B, C, E, I & J Table And Teams-[CHECK OUT TIME TABLE]

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1. Group B: Tunisia are currently sitting at the top of group B table, following their disappointing goalless draw with Mauritania yesterday. Equatorial Guinea on the other hand, are occupying the second position despite playing a 1-1 draw with Gambia yesterday.

Verdict: From the table above, Tunisia are already in the next stage of the competition, while Zambia and Equatorial Guinea, will he fighting for the second spot when they play their fifth group stage match this week.

2. Group C:

Verdicts: Nigeria and Cape Verde are the favourite to progress from this group, after both teams won their match yesterday.

3. Group E: Mali who are unbeaten in their group stage of the Africa World cup qualifiers, are currently occupying the first position on group E table with 10 points from their first four matches. Rwanda on the other hand, are occupying the last position on the table, as they are yet to record a victory in the competition this season.

Verdicts: Mali and Uganda who are unbeaten in their group stage so far, are the clear the clear candidate to progress to the next round of the competition.

4. Group I: Morocco who won all 3 matches they have played in the competition so far, are occupying the first position on their table. They are closely followed by Guinea-Bissau and Guinea.

Verdicts: Apart from Morocco, the possibility of Guinea-Bissau and Guinea finishing in the second position of their group table, is very high.

5. Group J: Tanzania are currently sitting at the top of their group table following their 1-0 victory over Benin yesterday. Madagascar on the other hand, are occupying the last position on their table despite recording their first victory in the competition this season.

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Verdicts: Benin and Tanzania are the clear favourite to progress from this group and represent Africa in the 2022 FIFA World cup.

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