MADAGASCAR will face DR Congo in the Africa Cup of Nations Round of 16 in their debut tournament.
Barea surprised many to win their group with victories over Nigeria and Burundi – while the Leopards finished as one of the best third place finishers to progress.
What time does Madagascar vs DR Congo kick off?
This African Cup of Nations Round of 16 clash will take place on Sunday, July 7.
It will kick-off at 5pm – that is 6pm in Egypt
The match will be held at the Alexandria Stadium.
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What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it for FREE?
You can watch this game live on Eurosport 2, and you can tune in at 4.45pm for all the action.
You can live stream this via the Eurosport Player from £4.99 a month.
Yet, you can also get a seven-day FREE trial to this app through Amazon Prime, which will cost £6.99 a month afterwards.
What is the team news?
Goalkeepers: Ibrahima Ousmane Arthur Dabo (FC Gobelins, France), Jean Dieu Donne Randrianasolo (CNaPS Sport) Melvin Andrien (FC Martigues, France)
Defenders: Pascal Razakanantenaina (JS Saint Pierroise, Reunion), Dimitry Caloin (Les Herbiers VF, France), Jeremy Michel Morel (Lyon France), Toaviina Hasitiana Rambeloson (Arras, France), Romain Metanire (Minnesota United, USA), Thomas Fontaine (Reims, France), Jerome Mombris (Grenoble, France), Mamy Nirina Gervais Randrianarisoa (JS Saint Pierroise, Reunion)
Midfielders: Marco Ilaimaharitra (Charleroi, Belgium) Anicet Andrianantenaina (Ludogorets, Bulgaria) Ibrahim Samuel Amada (MC Alger, Algeria), Jean Rakotoarisoa (Fosa Juniors), Lalaina Henintsoa Nomenjanahary (Paris FC, France) Rayan Ny Aina Arnaldo Raveloson (Troyes, France) Andriamiraldo Aro Hasina Andrianarimanana (Kaiser Chiefs, South Africa)
Forwards: Charles Carolus Andriamahitsinoro (Al Aldalh FC, Saudi Arabia), Faneva Ima Andriatsima (Clermont, France), Tsilavina Martin Rakotoharimalala Njiva (Samut Sakhon, Thailand) Paulin Voavy (Misr Lel Makasa, Egypt) William Joseph Gros (AS Vitre, France)
Goalkeepers: Parfait Mandanda (Dinamo Bucharest. Romania), Ley Matampi (Al Ansar, Saudi Arabia), Anthony Mossi (Chiasso, Switzerland)
Defenders: Glody Ngonda (AS Vita Club), Djuma Shabani (AS Vita Club), Christian Luyindama (Galatasaray, Turkey), Arthur Masuaku (West Ham, England), Wilfred Moke (Ankaragucu, Turkey), Issama Mpeko (TP Mazembe), Marcell Tisserand (Wolfsburg, Germany), Bobo Ungenda (Primeiro Agosto, Angola)
Midfielders: Merveille Bope (Standard Liege, Belgium), Paul-Jose Mpoku (Standard Liege, Belgium), Jacques Maghoma (Birmingham City, England), Chancel Mbemba (Porto, Portugal), Tresor Mputu (TP Mazembe), Youssouf Mulumbu (Celtic, Scotland)
Forwards: Chadrack Akolo (Stuttgart, Germany), Britt Assombalanga (Middlesbrough, England), Cedric Bakambu (Beijing Guoan, China), Yannick Bolasie (Everton, England), Jonathan Bolingi (Antwerp, Belgium), Elia Meschak (TP Mazembe)