A trio of Senegalese judges headed by Maguette Ndiaie, who will be assisted by Djibril Camar and El Hadj Malick Samba, will serve during the Liberia-Zimbabwe game, announces the Confederations of African Football.
The match scheduled for Sunday in Monrovia is not a key indicator of this fifth day, but it can allow Zimbabwe to get its second consecutive qualification in the final stage of CAN after 2017 in Gabon.
Group G leader with eight points, the team of Zimbabwe can confirm their card in the event of a victory against Lone Star, the last of this group of qualifications with 4 points.
The second match of this group is the Congolese Derby between Congo (4 points) and DR Congo (5 points), scheduled for the Massamba Debate Stadium in Brazzaville.
Regarding the triumphant judge in Senegal, we can say that Djibril Camara and El Hadj Malick Samba are known around the world for serving at the last World Cup, even if Maguette Ndiaie has just been taken over by Malang Diedhiou.
Camara and Samba served with the former Senegalese number 1 at the Olympic 2016 men's events in Rio 2016, and last year's World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.
The trio also recounted the semifinals of the CAN between 2017 between Egypt and Burkina Faso during the previous edition of the African Nations Cup in Gabon.