SEKONDI, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Morocco must beat hosts Ghana in their African Nations Cup Group A decider in Accra on Monday (1700 GMT) for a realistic chance of reaching the last eight.
Ghana, top of the group with six points to three apiece for Morocco and Guinea, will have their fate in their own hands with a draw or victory sending them into a quarter-final against either Ivory Coast, Mali or Nigeria.
It will be a make-or-break game for Morocco, who slumped to a 3-2 defeat by Guinea in their previous match, with the West Africans taking on weak Namibia in Sekondi (1700).
Guinea will be without captain Pascal Feindouno, who has been handed a two-match ban for violent conduct during his team's win against Morocco.
Namibia Football Association president John Muinjo told Reuters on Saturday his players had been offered money to lose their game against Guinea.
In Sunday's Group D matches, Angola came from behind to stun Senegal 3-1 and Tunisia beat South Africa by the same score, leaving the losing sides in danger of elimination on the final day of group action on Thursday.