The CAF 2022 Fifa World Cup Qualifiers delivered some interesting results with the matches of the second round ending this week.

A few countries have already advanced to the third round of the World Cup Qualifiers that will take place in March next year.

The top countries of every group (10 countries in total) will play each other in two legs (home and away) where five top countries will proceed to the 2022 Fifa World Cup finals hosted by Qatar.

There are only two matches left for each country participating in the second round which will finish in November.

The upsets of a few matches will make the odds for the upcoming qualifiers fascinating even though they have not been released – they will come out a week before the matches.

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The odds on the next few matches will be close and Senegal and Morocco are the only countries that have already progressed to the third round no matter the outcome of their next two encounters.

There are still a few groups where the outcome of the next two upcoming matches can make all the difference. Algeria and Burkina Faso in Group A are both sitting with 10 points, and only two points separate Nigeria and Cape Verde in Group C.

There is just one point separating Ivory Coast and Cameroon in Group D and also South Africa and Ghana in Group G, Mali (Group E) and Egypt (Group F) just need to win one of their encounters to progress to the third round.