Uganda Cranes have a day of rest on Sunday after a narrow 1-0 victory over Burundi in the final group B game in the ongoing Cecafa senior challenge.
The Cranes finished top of group B with six points followed by Bobby Williamson’s Kenya team who qualified on a better goal advantage over Burundi.
In the draws held, ambulance view http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php Uganda has been scheduled to take on Malawi Flames on Monday afternoon while group mate Kenya tussles out with the Amavubi stars of Rwanda on Tuesday.
Hosts, sick http://crcpallc.com/templates/uneedo_j25/warp/menus/mobile.php Ethiopia take on Tanzania in the second game on Monday.
The two played to a one-all draw on Saturday in their last group game with The Walias – equalising just to the whistle courtesy of an own goal from Salum Mbode.
The second Sudan derby will set things rolling on Tuesday afternoon after ending in a barren stalemate on Wednesday.
South Sudan erased the underdog tag by topping group C unbeaten with seven points ahead of Sudan and Malawi.
Quarter Final Round
Monday, November 30
13:00 Uganda vs Malawi
15:30 Tanzania vs Ethiopia
Tuesday 1st December
13:00 S. Sudan vs Sudan
15:30 Rwanda vs Kenya
All games will be played in Addis Ababa.