Eight teams have now qualified for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.
Egypt became the latest country to book their place at the 24-team tournament, following a 2-1 win over Guinea on Wednesday.
This means the Pharaohs will make a record-extending 26th appearance at the AFCON.
Egypt qualify as group winners with one fixture left to play in the qualifiers.
Holders Senegal, Algeria, Tunisia, South Africa, Morocco and Burkina Faso have already joined hosts Ivory Coast in the line up for the tournament which kicks off January 2024
Saturday will see further seven qualifiers played in the penultimate round of matches.
The top two teams in each group will play at the finals in January.