SaturdayÔÇÖs 2013 AFCON qualifiers ÔÇô LIVE!!!!

FT Liberia 2 Nigeria 2…

3min of Added time…Nigeria pushing for a winner.

Hypertensive last minutes for Nigeria…Efe in for Yobo!

1937 GOAL!!! Liberia 2-2 Nigeria
A second goal of the match for Omega Roberts and the Lone Star are back on level terms.

Result: Zambia 1-0 Uganda
Result: CAR 1-0 Burkina Faso
Result: Gabon 1-1 Togo
Result: Ghana 2-0 Malawi
Result: Sierra Leone 2-2 Tunisia
Result: Sudan 5-3 Ethiopia
Result: Mali 3-0 Botswana
Result: Cape Verde 2-0 Cameroon
Result: Ivory Coast 4-2 Senegal
Latest: Liberia 1-2 Nigeria

Liberia hit the cross bar with Vincent Enyeama beaten. But the GK recovers to cradle the rebound #2013ANCQÔÇØ

1901 FULL-TIME Mali 3-0 Botswana

1901 FULL-TIME Ivory Coast 4-2 Senegal

1856 GOAL Sudan 5-3 Ethiopia

Goalkeeper saves his penalty but Muhannad El Tahir scores from the rebound for his second goal of the game! Hilal Stadum shouting: “Up Up Sudan!!!”
1854 GOAL Ivory Coast 4-2 Senegal

1849 GOAL Ivory Coast 4-2 Senegal
Max Gradel

1847 GOAL Ivory Coast 3-2 Senegal
Didier Drogba puts the Elephants in front for the first time in this match with a well-taken penalty.

1840 GOAL Cape Verde 2-0 Cameroon
1837 FULL-TIME Sierra Leone 2-2 Tunisia

1837 FULL-TIME Sierra Leone 2-2 Tunisia
1836 GOAL Mali 3-0 Botswana
Modibo Maiga hammers another nail into the Zebras coffin and they still have another 20 minutes left.
1833 GOAL Sudan 3-3 Ethiopia
1832 GOAL Ivory Coast 2-2 Senegal
Typical lung-busting surge from Yaya Toure ends up with Arsenal frontman Gervinho equalising for the Elephants
1828 GOAL Liberia 1-2 Nigeria
Ike Uche puts the Super Eagles in front from the penalty spot. What a start to this game!

GOAL!!!! Liberia 1-1 Nigeria. Real Betis man Nosa Igiebor with the equaliser for the Super Eagles.

Second half underway in Praia where Cameroon need to pull some rabbits out of the hat. Fast. Cape Verde lead 1-0.
1814 GOAL Sudan 3-2 Ethiopia
1813  Sierra Leone 1-1 Tunisia
Gharbi Fateh equalises for the Carthage Eagles at the start of the second half.

Half-Time Cape Verde 1-0 Cameroon
Things not going according to plan for the Indomitable Lions in Praia. They have huffed and puffed but the home side go to the break with a well-deserved lead.
1752 Half-Time Sudan 3-1 Ethiopia
A pleasant scoreline if you are a Sudanese fan but nothing funny from an Ethiopian perspective. The Nile Crocodiles have dominated the match and are good value for their lead.
1751 GOAL Ivory Coast 1-1 Senegal
Lille striker Salomon Kalou proves his worth once again to the Ivorian cause with the equaliser of what is turning out to be a thrilling contest in Abidjan.

The Blue Sharks of Cape Verde dominating the game in Praia as the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon struggle to find their attacking gear.
1738 GOAL Ivory Coast 0-1 Senegal
Dame Ndoye puts the Teranga Lions in front with a madnificent goal. It’s only the second goal the Elephants have conceded at home in the last seven years.
1737 GOAL Sudan 3-1 Ethiopia
Musab Umar scores from a free kick and the Nile Crocodiles seem to be on their way to victory.
1734 Half-Time Sierra Leone 1-0 Tunisia
The Leone Stars holding their own in front of their own fans. But there’s still plenty of football to be played in Freetown.
1730 GOAL Mali 1-0 Botswana
Cheick Diabate gives Mali the lead from the penalty spot.
1725 GOAL Cape Verde 1-0 Cameroon
1722 FULL-TIME Ghana 2-0 Malawi
The referee blows the full time whistle in Accra and the Black Stars will take a two-goal cushion to Blantyre for the second.
1718 GOAL Sudan 2-1 Ethiopia
Muhammad Bashir restores Sudan’s lead within seconds of the Ethiopian equaliser

Result: Zambia 1-0 Uganda
Result: CAR 1-0 Burkina Faso
Result: Gabon 1-1 Togo
Result: Ghana 2-0 Malawi
Latest: Sierra Leone 1-0 Tunisia
Latest: Sudan 2-1 Ethiopia
Latest: Cape Verde 1-0 Cameroon
Latest: Ivory Coast 0-0 Senegal

CentralAfricanRepublic 1-0 Burkina Faso. Meanwhile, Gabon’s Daniel Cousin scores for 1-0 vsTogo in Libreville.ÔÇØ

ÔÇ£@garyalsmith: Two goals in two competitive Ghana games for Christian Atsu of FC Porto. Scored in his debut vs Lesotho.ÔÇØ

Cameroon line-up: Idriss Carlos Kameni, Georges Mandjeck, Aurelien Chedjou, Nicolas Nkoulou, Henri Bedimo, Alexandre Song, St├®phane Mbia, Landry Nguemo, Benjamin Moukandjo, Choupo Moting, Yannick Ndjeng

Nigeria XI v Liberia: Enyeama -Oboabona, Yobo, Azubuike, Oshaniwa – Obiorah, Ejike, Igiebor – Victor Moses, Ike Uche, Emenike #afcon2013
Zambia coach takes out Felix Katongo and replaces him with Chasamba Lungu. The home side needs goals to make the second leg in Kampala a much more comfortable affair.
 Kick Off
Gabon v Togo is underway in Libreville. Emmanuel Adebayor starts for the Hawks on his return to the team but will he deliver the goals to revive Togolese football? We will find out in the next 90 minutes.
Michael Oti Adjei, BBC Sport, Accra
Inside the Accra Sports Stadium for Ghana v Malawi. Crowd not great with about an hour to kick off.
Last Africa Cup golden boot winner Emmanuel Mayuka is pulled out for James Chamanga as Isaac Chansa makes way for Jonas Sakuwaha in the 62nd minute. The introduction of the two strikers suggests Zambia coach Herve Renard wants more goals.
Kennedy Gondwe, BBC Sport, Lusaka
Captain Christopher Katongo is the man of the moment. Suddenly, Zambian fans find their singing voices.
Uganda survive again as Chris Katongo hits the woodwork after being put through by Isaac Chansa. The Cranes continue to live dangerously.
 Team News
New Chelsea signing Victor Moses starts for Nigeria against Liberia

From a Zambian perspective, it is certainly good that the Chipolopolo are leading and are on their way to maximum points. But the game has the potential to be much more entertaining and explosive only if the Cranes can venture forward and show some measure of self-belief.
Last time out the Central African Republic caused a football earthquake when they knocked out serial champions Egypt. Can they do same against Burkina Faso? Kick off in Bangui in a few minutes.
┬áHalf-Time – Zambia 1-0 Uganda
The referee blows his whistle to end an entertaining first half, certainly from a Zambian perspective. The African champions have enjoyed the lion’s share of possession and are clearly the better side.

Chris Katongo’s goal disallowed for offside after finishing off a wonderfully crafted pass from Rainford Kalaba in the 33rd minute. Uganda’s supply upfront seems to be completely cut off as Zambia continue to make their guests chase shadows.

Zambian claims for a penalty for handball waved away by the referee Desire Noumandiez.

Zambia knocking the ball about in midfield as they continue to dominate the tie. They are playing like African champions and the home crowd are understandably delighted.

Just over half an hour to kick off in Bangui where the Central African Republic are hoping to take another step towards their first ever appearance at the Africa Cup of Nations finals.
Christopher Katongo is being given too much freedom by the Cranes defenders,and they have just discovered to their cost that the Zambian skipper is deadly in front of goal.
┬áGOAL!!! – Zambia 1-0 Uganda
Captain Christopher Katongo scores in the 20th minute after tapping in a long throw in from Davies Nkausu. The Uganda defence was caught off guard.
Zambia have started very brightly, pinning Uganda deep in their own half, but the big news from Ndola is striker Jacob Mulenga is not even on the bench after failing to make the final 18. Mulenga was due to end his 10-month injury enforced absence today.
Zambia v Uganda is underway in Ndola…