Manchester City winger Riyad Mahrez scored as defending champions Algeria booked a place at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations with a 2-2 draw in Zimbabwe Monday.
The Desert Foxes joined Cameroon who qualify automatically as hosts and 2019 finalists Senegal who secured a spot on Sunday by winning in Guinea-Bissau thanks to a Sadio Mane goal.
Andy Delort and captain Mahrez gave Algeria a two-goal advantage in Harare that was halved just before half-time when Knowledge Musona netted.
Algeria coach Djamel Belmadi took off Delort and Mahrez as he made five second-half substitutions within 12 minutes, but the bold move backfired when Prince Dube equalised eight minutes from time.
The stalemate ended the perfect three-win record Algeria took into a match played behind closed doors because of the coronavirus, but it guaranteed them a top-two finish in a section including Zambia and Botswana.
Who joins the defending champions in Cameroon from Group H will probably be decided in the final round next March when Zimbabwe host Zambia.
Uganda lost 1-0 away to South Sudan and Burkina Faso drew 0-0 in Malawi to miss out on chances to qualify from Group A.
A couple of late goals from Percy Tau and Themba Zwane earned South Africa a 4-2 win over Sao Tome e Principe in Group C and eSwatini and Congo Brazzaville drew 0-0 in Group I.