MATCHES 

Saturday 11 June 2016

Stade Bollaert-Delelis Lens Agglo
ALBANIA
0-1
 
SWITZERLAND
 
GroupA
Stade de Bordeaux Bordeaux
WALES
18:00
 
SLOVAKIA
 
GroupB
Stade Vélodrome Marseille
ENGLAND
21:00
 
RUSSIA
 
GroupB

Sunday 12 June 2016

Parc des Princes Paris
TURKEY
15:00
 
CROATIA
 
GroupD
Stade de Nice Nice
POLAND
18:00
 
NORTHERN IRELAND
 
GroupC
Stade Pierre Mauroy Lille Métropole
GERMANY
21:00
 
UKRAINE
 
GroupC

Monday 13 June 2016

Stadium de Toulouse Toulouse
SPAIN
15:00
 
CZECH REPUBLIC
 
GroupD
Stade de France Saint-Denis
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
18:00
 
SWEDEN
 
GroupE
Stade de Lyon Lyon
BELGIUM
21:00
 
ITALY
 
GroupE

Tuesday 14 June 2016

Stade de Bordeaux Bordeaux
AUSTRIA
18:00
 
HUNGARY
 
GroupF
Stade Geoffroy Guichard Saint-Etienne
PORTUGAL
21:00
 
ICELAND
 
13
June

LIVE COMMENTARY 

Hello and welcome to Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre where Malawi take on Zimbabwe in the 2017 Afcon qualifier.

- FULL TIME: Zimbabwe 2 - 1 Malawi 

– 90+1′ Substitution for Malawi: Phiri comes on for Nyirenda

– 4 minutes of added time to be played

– 89′ Substitution for Zimbabwe: Mahachi makes way for Eric Chipeta

– 87′ Malajila tries a bicycle kick, but it goes narrowly wide of goals

– 83′ GOAAAL! Billiat puts Zimbabwe in the lead with a wonderful strike

– 81′ Mhone tries another shot, but it goes wide of goals

– 79′ Zimbabwe appeal for a goal after a mistake from the goalkeeper, but the referee gives a free kick against them instead

– 77′ Nyondo’s header goes wide of goals

– 75′ another free kick for Zimbabwe and Billiat hits the side-netting from it

– 74′ free kick for Zimbabwe

– 72′ Substitution for Malawi: Esau Kanyenda comes on for Mkanda

– 70′ Substitution for Malawi: Lanjesi makes way for Malata

– 68′ Substitution for Zimbabwe: Musona makes way for Marvelous

– 65′ Mkuruva does well again to parry Mhone’s shot for a corner kick

– 61′ Mhone’s long range shot goes wide of goals

– 58′ Mkuruva is down again, needing medical attention

– 56′ free kick for Malawi

– 50′ free kick for Zimbabwe, but Malawi clear their lines

– 48′ Musona’s shot is deflected away. That was a good chance for Zimbabwe

– Malawi get the second half underway

– referee Christopher Nde blows his whistle for the half-time break. Half-time score: Malawi 1-1 Zimbabwe

– 44′ Mkuruva is down injured, needing medical treatment

– 43′ another corner kick for Malawi and it leads to another

– 41′ Mkuruva pulls off another good save to deny Nyondo. Corner kick for Malawi

– 39′ Mkuruva does well to parry Mhone’s header away for a corner kick

– 37′ free kick for Malawi and a yellow card for Pfumbidzai

– 35′ Kamwendo is booked for kicking the ball before the referee could blow his whistle

– 34′ free kick for Malawi in a good scoring position

– 31′ Kayira’s shot goes wide of goals

– 26′ free kick for Malawi in a good scoring position

– 24′ GOAAAL! Banda equalises for Malawi with a powerful drive!

– 23′ GOAAAL! Malajila pounce on a loose ball at the back and put Zimbabwe in the lead!

– 16′ free kick for Malawi and is headed wide by Nyirenda

– 14′ corner kick for Malawi, but Malawi clear their lines

– 13′ Mhone tries a long range shot and it goes narrowly wide of goals

– 12′ another free kick for Zimbabwe

– 8′ free kick for Zimbabwe

– 5′ free kick for Malawi

– 3′ chance for Zimbabwe, but Malajila fails to connect well with the ball

– 2′ another corner kick, but Malawi clear their lines

– 2′ free kick for Zimbabwe and it leads to a corner kick

– Zimbabwe get the game underway. They are playing from left to right, while Malawi play from right to left

– kickoff

Starting XI

Malawi: McDonald Harawa, Francis Mlimbika, John Lanjesi, Harry Nyirenda, Micium Mhone, Zicco Mkanda, Joseph Kamwendo, Chimango Kayira, Limbikani Mzava, John Banda, Atusaye Nyondo.

Zimbabwe: Tatenda Mkuruva, Blessing Moyo, Patson Jaure, Justin Jangano, Ronald Pfumbidzai, Danny Phiri, Willard Katsande, Khama Billiat, Kudakwashe Mahachi, Knowledge Musona, Cuthbert Malajila.

Hello and welcome to Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre where Malawi take on Zimbabwe in the 2017 Afcon Group L match.

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