Tunisia have brought themselves back into contention for qualification to the 2016 African Nations Championship in Rwanda after securing a 1-0 win over Libya on Monday evening.
The Carthage Eagles went into the Northern Zone group stage match at the bottom of the pool, trailing Morocco by three points and Libya by two.
Now, thanks to a 75th minute strike at the Olympic Stadium in Rades, they have joined the Atlas Lions on four points at the top of the group and have qualification in their own hands.
Tunisia will face Morocco in their final match in Rades on Sunday evening. A win for the hosts will see them secure a place in the finals in Rwanda.
A draw or loss may also be enough for the Carthage Eagles to finish in the top two and qualify, depending on the result between Libya and Morocco in neutral Rades on Thursday