The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has approved up to 30,000 fans to watch the second leg of the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier between Taifa Stars of Tanzania and the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia.
Since football returned after the Coronavirus pandemic, most African countries have been playing their matches without fans in the stadium, even the leagues in Europe.
But the reverse have been the case in the East African nation since football resumed on June 13, 2020.
However, to be on a safe side and to avoid been penalize by the CAF, the Tanzanian Football Federation (TFF) went further to take a permission from the CAF in order to allow spectators into the stadium.
The match will kick-off by 8:00pm Nigerian time at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium on Tuesday, November 17.
Tanzania occupies the third position in Group J with 3 points, while Tunisia lead the group with 6 points. Libya seats in second spot with 3 points but superior on goal difference to the Taifa Stars and Equatorial Guinea sit at the bottom of the group with no point.
Below is the run down of all the Groups.