Ivory Coast mauled their counterparts from the Niger Republic 9-0 in the first leg encounter on Wednesday, 20th October, before finishing off the demolition on Monday winning 11-0 to take the aggregate to 20-0, to book a date with the nine-time African Champions.

The Ivorians will hope to stop Super Falcons once again, after stopping the Falcons’ from qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Football event in Tokyo, Japan.

On October 7, 2019 in Agege Stadium, Lagos, the Ivorians forced the Falcons to a 1-1 draw after the first leg in Abidjan had ended barren and progressed to the next round on away goal.

Struggling Super Falcons on the other hand will hope for revenge or risk losing another qualification after suffering a 1-0 defeat against the Queens of Ghana in the second leg of the qualifiers. Though, wasn’t enough to stop them from booking their place in the final qualifying round of the competition.

The second qualifying round will be played between February 14–23, 2022, and the winner of the two legged clash will pick a slot to be among the 11 teams to join hosts Morocco.