Potential Arab confrontation in Confederate quarter-finals

    The African Confederations Cup group stage competition came to a close on Sunday after the last round of matches were played.

    As a result of the group stage, 8 clubs reached the quarterfinals of the continental championship, and the tournament draw ceremony will take place next Wednesday at the headquarters of the African Football Confederation (CAF) in Cairo, Egypt.

    He advanced to the first group, Marumo Gallants, South Africa, leading with 12 points, followed by the Algiers Capital Union in second place with 11 points.

    Ivory Coast’s ASEC moved up to first place in the Group B standings with 13 points, followed by Nigeria’s Rivers United in second place with 10 points.

    The Royal Moroccan Army qualified with 11 points and topped Group C with the advantage of direct clashes with the Egyptian pyramids.

    Young Africans from Tanzania climbed to first place in Group D with 13 points on goal difference with Tunisian Monastir Union.

    The draw for the quarter-finals could witness the Arab match in the event that the Royal Army clashes with the Union of the Capital or the Union of Monastir.

    The Royal Army played in the same group as the Pyramids and will not face them in the quarterfinals.

    Source: Koora

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