(BBC) Already eliminated Malawi held qualified Morocco to a goalless draw in their final Group B game in 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying.
Some of Morocco's best chances fell to Rashid Alioui who hit the woodwork on three occasions.
Morocco coach Herve Renard also gave a debut to Oussama Idrissi just days after the Netherlands-born winger was cleared by Fifa to swap national allegiances.
The other game in the group is on Saturday and sees Cameroon face visiting Comoros to decide who will be playing in the finals.
A draw for former hosts Cameroon will be enough for them to advance, while victory for Comoros will see them clinch second place thanks to a better head-to-head record with the Indomitable Lions.
5 minutes of additional time!
90' Rachid Alioui hit the post again!
81' Rachid Alioui hit the post!
74' Fouad Chafik comes in for Abdelkarim Baadi
66' Rachid Alioui comes in for Abdelilah Hafidi
57' Ismail El Haddad comes in for Hadraf
Location: Blantyre, Malawi
Kickoff: 13h00 GMT, 14h00 CET
Competition: AFCON 2019 qualifiers
@TheAtlasLions 0-0 Malawi:
12.Munir El Kajoui.
3. El Hajjam Oualid.
5. Abdelhamid Yunis.
15.Ait Bennaser Youssef.
11. Hafidi Abdelilah.
9.El Kaabi Ayoub.
1.Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti.
14.Walid El Karti.
13.Ismail El Haddad.
6.Masoud Anouar (Touhami).
1.Munir Kajoui (FC Malaga/ESP).
2. Reda Tagnaouti (Wydad Casablanca).
3.Fouad Chafik (Dijon/FRA).
4. Walid El Hajjam (Amiens/FRA).
5. Badr Banoun (Raja Club Athletic).
6. Yunis Abdelhamid (Reims/FRA).
7. Abdelkrim Baadi (Hassania Union Sport Agadir).
8. Oussama Idrissi (AZ Alkmaar/Pays-Bas).
9. Abdelilah Hafidi (Raja Club Athletic).
10. Anuar Tuhami (Real Valladolid/ESP).
11. Soufyane Amrabat (club Bruges/BEL).
12. Walid El Karti (Wydad Casablanca).
13. Youssef Ait Bennaser (Sain Etienne/FRA).
14. Mehdi Bourabia (Sassuolo/ITA).
15.Ismael Haddad (Wydad Athletic Club).
16. Zakaria Hadraf (Raja Club Athletic).
17. Rachid Alioui (Nîmes/FRA).
18. Ayoub El Kaabi (Hebei China Fortune).
(BBC) Football's world governing body Fifa has given Oussma Idrissi permission to switch international allegiance from the Netherlands to Morocco.
The former Dutch youth international, who plays for AZ Alkmaar, had announced his intention in February.
The Royal Morocco Football Federation (FRMF) says he was given approval for the move earlier this week.
FRMF received a letter from Fifa stating Idrissi is qualified to play for the Atlas Lions.
He had already linked up with Herve Renard's squad ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier with Malawi in Lilongwe on March 22.
They then play a friendly at home to Argentina on 26 March in Tangier.
Idrissi was included in Morocco's preliminary squad for an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Cameroon and a friendly with Tunisia last November, but did not play.
The 23-year-old winger, who was born in the Netherlands and played for the country at various youth levels, is eligible for Morocco through his parents.
Renard had welcomed Idrissi's commitment to play for Morocco in February.
Speaking at that time, the player said it was a decision that respected both countries.
"I was born and raised here [in the Netherlands] with the standards and values of this beautiful country. I am a footballer and I had to make the decision with my parents. I wanted to make the most of myself," he said.
18 players will form the group for the game in Malawi.
15 players will remain in Morocco to prepare the match vs Argentina.
The squad that will be playing in Malawi will be back on Saturday, March 23rd.
Then 23 players will be selected to play vs Argentina.
NT: Oussama Idrissi has been named in the provisional selection for the #Afcon2019Q qualifier vs @FaMalawi and the friendly vs @Argentina