Big guns fall out in Nations Cup
Four of the African countries who were at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa will not feature in the 2012 Africa Nations Cup.
South Africa, Algeria, Cameroon and Nigeria all failed to make it to Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
The defending champions Egypt will also not be able to defend their title.
Three countries will be appearing at the tournament for the first time. These are co-hosts Equatorial Guinea, Niger and Botswana.
So the countries that qualified are Equatorial Guinea and Gabon as hosts and then Mali, Guinea, Zambia, Morocco, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Niger, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Angola, Botswana as group winners.
The best-placed runners-up were Libya and Sudan whilst Tunisia finished second in Group K which was the only group with five teams.