AFCON hosts Egypt take on the Democratic Republic of Congo knowing they will all but secure a last 16 spot with victory.
Mohamed Salah and co were 1-0 winners against Zimbabwe on opening night in a more difficult encounter than they would have expected.
Opponents DR Congo sit bottom of their group after a disappointing 2-0 loss to Uganda in their first match.
When is Egypt vs DR Congo?
Egypt take on DR Congo on Wednesday, June 26.
The match will kick off at 9pm in the UK and Democratic Republic of Congo – 10pm in Egypt.
It will be held at the Cairo International Stadium.
What TV channel is Egypt vs DR Congo on and can I live stream it?
Egypt vs DR Congo will be live on Eurosport 2.
You can live stream this match via the Eurosport Player from £4.99 a month.
In Egypt, the game is on Time Sports, beIN Sports and Arena Sports, while viewers in the Democratic Republic of Congo can view all the action on RTNC.
Can I watch Egypt vs DR Congo for free?
The EuroSport player is available via free trial on Amazon Prime.
You can choose between a 7-day free trial, which will cost £6.99-a-month thereafter, and a 30-day trial which will cost £7.99-a-month if not cancelled.
Goalkeepers: Ahmed El Shenawy (Pyramids), Mohamed El Shenawy (Al Ahly), Mahmoud Abdel Rehem “Genesh” (Zamalek)
Defenders: Ahmed Elmohamady (Aston Villa, England), Ahmed Hegazi (West Bromwich Albion, England) Omar Gaber (Pyramids FC), Ali Gazal (Feirense, Portugal), Ayman Ahsraf (Al Ahly), Mahmoud Hamdy (Zamalek), Baher Elmohamady (Ismaily), Ahmed Ayman Mansour (Pyramids FC), Mahmoud Alaa (Zamalek)
Midfielders: Walid Soliman (Al Ahly), Abdallah El-Said (Pyramids FC), Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal, England), Tarek Hamed (Zamalek), Mahmoud ‘Trezeguet’ Hassan (Kasimpasa, Turkey), Amr Warda (Atromitos, Greece – has been sent home), Nabil Emad (Pyramids FC)
Forwards: Ahmed Ali (Arab Contractors), Mohamed Salah (Liverpool, England), Marwan Mohsen (Al Ahly), Ahmed “Kouka” Hassan (Olympiakos, Greece)
DR Congo squad:
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)