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African World Cup qualifying - how each nation can still make Russia 2018

The final round of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup takes place between Nov. 10 and 14. 

Already qualified: Egypt, Nigeria, Senegal
Places yet to be decided: 2 automatic

Here, we take a look at which nations can still make it to Russia, and how they can get there.

The five winners of the four-nation groups qualify automatically for the finals. There is no other route for African nations to reach the World Cup.

GROUP A

Guinea and Libya have already been eliminated, with Tunisia holding...

Most expensive African football transfers: Ranking the Top 10

Records are tumbling during the transfer window as clubs across the world spend big in order to bolster their squads for the challenges to come.

Neymar's shocking move to Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona for an eye-watering €222 million deal made headlines around the world, smashing the world transfer record, and there's still much more business to be done before the window closes at the beginning of September.

From an African perspective, there have also been some significant movers, but...

South Africa are big winners in CAF reshuffle

The recent changes to their calendar and tournament expansion announced by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) on Thursday have been met with delight and scorn in equal measure.

It is hard to please everybody at the best of times, and so the changes to both the format and the timing of competitions were always going to bring reactions on different ends of the spectrum.

But one organisation that will be delighted with the changes is South Africa's Premier Soccer League (PSL), which has long...

Five questions about CAF's Nations Cup expansion

On Thursday, the Confederation of African Football's executive committee made a number of far-reaching decisions about the future structure of the organisation and its competitions.

By far the most headline-grabbing were the decisions surrounding the Africa Cup of Nations, or Afcon. CAF's Exco adopted the recommendation of its committees to expand the tournament from 16 to 24 teams, and to kick it down the calendar to the northern summer months of June and July.

Naturally, not everyone agrees, and...

Key African transfer stories to watch before the window closes

Yakubu, Julius Aghahowa and Peter Rufai spoke at the Star Sixes event in London about the future of Kelechi Iheanacho.

Africa's players have been some of the key protagonists of the transfer window so far, but with a month and a half of business to go, expect several more of the continent's star men to make a move.

Mohamed Salah, Asamoah Gyan, and Carlos Kameni have all already secured new deals this window, but which other big-name African talents are expected to move on between now and the close of business?

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: The future of Africa's top talent remains uncertain, with potential suitors...

Picking a Ghana Star Sixes Dream Team

The ongoing Star Sixes legends tournament in London has brought together some of sport's greatest names from the last 20 years to contest a competitive six-a-side tournament at the O2 Arena.

For the inaugural event, Nigeria were Africa's only representatives, but considering what a success the tournament has been, don't be surprised to see another - potentially extended - edition next year.

In 12 months' time, we'd love to see greater African representation at the world's only competitive six-a-side...