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2019 AFCON Qualifiers | CAR-Rwanda tie set for June 11 in Bangui

Posted on May 18 2017

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has set next month’s Rwanda’s Group H Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Central Africa Republic to be played on June 11 at Stade Barthelemy Boganda in Bangui.

According to a communication from CAF, the opening game between CAR and Rwanda in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations will be played on June 11 at Stade Barthelemy Boganda in Bangui and kick-off has been scheduled for kick-off has been set at 15H00 local, 14H00 GMT.

The Amavubi team is expected to begin preparations for the upcoming continental qualifier later next weekend after a second fitness test set to be staged at Amahoro Stadium on May 24.

The fitness test, a second to be held by head coach Antoine Hey is set to help him access both speed and endurance levels for the national team players before the German-born tactician names his provisional squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Central Africa Republic.

Rwanda was drawn in Group H for AFCON 2019 along with Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea and Central African Republic. Amavubi will be looking to qualify for the second time having made its debut in 2004, in Tunisia.

As Amavubi will be facing Central Africa Republic on June 11, a day before Cote d’Ivoire will host Guinea at Stade de Bouaké in Abidjan.

The remaining match days will be staged between March, 2018 until November, 2018.

The winner of each group alongside the best three second placed teams will qualify for the tournament and hosts Cameroon will also be part of the qualifiers.

Players summoned for second fitness test
Rusheshangonga Michel, Imanishimwe Emmanuel, Usengimana Faustin, Nsabimana Aimable, Mukunzi Yannick, Hakizimana Muhadjiri, Bizimana Djihad, Nkizingabo Fiston, Sibomana Patrick and Nshimiyimana Amran

Rayon Sports: Manzi Thierry, Nshuti Dominique Savio, Niyonzima Olivier and Manishimwe Djabel

Police Fc: Mpozembizi Mohamed, Ngendahimana Eric, Mico Justin, Muvandimwe Jean Marie Vianney and Usengimana Dany

Mukura VS: Niyonzima Ally and Habimana Yussuf

Bugesera Fc: Rucogoza Aimable, Iradukunda Bertrand and Nzabanita David

AS Kigali: Kayumba Soter, Bishira Latif, Mubumbyi Barnabe and Iradukunda Eric

Musanze Fc: Niyonkuru Ramadhan

Pepiniere Fc: Mugisha Gilbert

Espoir Fc: Mbogo Ally
Source: Ferwafa.rw

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