The final Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match for the upcoming final tournament in Cameroon will still be played in June according to CAF. Benin refused to take the field in March after being notified that several of their star players had tested positive, believing the results to be fabricated. The Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) requested that CAF award Sierra Leone a forfeit victory, but CAF rejected the appeal this week, ruling that Sierra Leone did not follow the testing protocol properly. BBC has more on the SLFA’s further appeal options before the game is played in June.
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