Ivory Coast and DR Congo finished 2-2 in a thrilling African Cup of Nations 2017 clash on Friday. Holders must win next game to book last 8 spot.
African Cup of Nations
Coverage from the top games, including scores and recaps, live streaming and TV information from the African Cup of Nations.
Follow the African powerhouses, such as Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Cameroon, Algeria, Tunisia and Senegal, Morocco and Ghana as they go in search of Africa’s top regional title.
Several top players from around world, including many that play in the English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A and the German Bundesliga will switch to wear their respective national colours.
African Cup of Nations 2017 Group C fixtures, as holders Ivory Coast and DR Congo go head-to-head in a key game. Follow Livescores and stream updates.
Day Two live schedule and streaming of African Cup of Nations 2017 with Senegal, one the title favourites bowing into action. Another team in action is Algeria.
Africa Cup of Nations 2017 scores and results on the opening day, as Burkina Faso grabs point against Cameroon on Saturday’s opening game.
Africa Cup of Nations 2017 opened with an unexpected result after newcomers Guinea-Bissau scored late to hold host nation Gabon 1-1 on Saturday.
Previews, matchups and TV channels for the opening game of African Cup of Nations 2017 in Gabon with the host nation among the teams in action on Jan. 14.
Ways to watch and follow African Cup of Nations 2017 both on television and live streaming options. African Cup of Nations 2017 starts on Jan. 14. Our reporter will also provide previews and recaps from the games at their conclusion.
Groups, times and fixtures for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations. Senegal and Ivory Coast are the title favourites and you can follow them right here.
Here are the complete groups and teams taking part in the 2017 African Cup of Nations tournament. Ivory Coast and Senegal are the early favourites to win the tournament, but the like of Egypt, Algeria, Ghana, Gabon and Cameroon are among the other nation to keep a close eye on.