Madagascar have lined up three friendlies against Luxembourg, Kenya and Mauritania ahead of the tournament.
Madagascar who are making their debut at the tournament will be camped in France and Morocco to prepare for the tournament, according to a report on.
Nicolas Dupuis’ men will take on Luxembourg on the 2nd of June in France and battle Kenya in the city of Bondoufle, 27 km from Paris five days later before concluding their preparation with a game against Mauritania on the 14th of June in Marrakech, Morocco.
The Barea qualified for the 2019 AFCON for the very first time in their history and will face Nigeria, Guinea, and Burundi in Group B
Madagascar will lock horns with the Super Eagles in their last group game at the Alexandria Stadium on June 30.
“It will be an opportunity to meet the Malagasy public before flying to Egypt for the tournament,” coach Nicolas Dupuis said.
“Finally, and in order to acclimatize to the particular weather conditions reserved by the host country during the summer, the team will have its final training preparations in Morocco.”