2019 Africa Cup of Nations
Egypt, 1 July
South Africa will be eyeing their second win at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) when they face Morocco
in a Group D match on Monday, July 1.
The match is set to take place at the Al Salam Stadium. Kick-off is at 18h00.
The two nations have met five times with South Africa recording two wins and three games ended in a draw.
Bafana and Morocco drew 2-2 in their last competitive game which was a 2013 Africa Cup of Nations match.
South Africa secured a 1-0 victory over Namibia in their second group stage match which was played on Friday.
Amiens SC midfielder Bongani Zungu will be looking to inspire Bafana Bafana to another victory after scoring the solitary goal against Namibia.
Bafana Bafana head coach Stuart Baxter will be hoping to guide the team to their second Group D victory against Morocco, who edged out Ivory Coast 1-0 on Friday.
A Group D match between Namibia and Ivory Coast
will take place at the 30 June Stadium. Kick-off is also at 18h00.
Kenya will then face Senegal in a Group C
encounter at the 30 June Stadium. Kick-off is at 21h00.
Lastly, a Group C clash between Tanzania and Algeria will be played at the Al Salam Stadium. Kick-off is also at 21h00.
Last Five AFCON title winners
2010 - Egypt
2012 - Zambia
2013 - Nigeria
2015 - Ivory Coast
2017 - Cameroon