There are 14 Premier League players still in action at the Africa Cup of Nations as the competition reaches the quarter-finals stage.
Mohamed Salah scored the winning penalty against Ivory Coast to send Egypt through to the last eight.
Manchester United defender Eric Bailly missed his spot-kick in the shootout after a goalless 120 minutes to allow the Liverpool star to give his country a 5-4 win on penalties and set up a meeting with Morocco on Sunday.
Salah's team-mate Sadio Mane netted as Senegal beat Cape Verde 2-0 on Tuesday.
Mane curled in superbly to open the scoring before being substituted with a head injury, but he has since provided a positive update on social media.
He will hope to be fit to line up alongside Edouard Mendy, Cheikhou Kouyate and Nampalys Mendy for Senegal's quarter-final match with Equatorial Guinea, who progress after beating Yves Bissouma's Mali 6-5 on penalties.
Aston Villa winger Bertrand Traore made up for a missed penalty by scoring the opener against Gabon on Sunday. The match finished 1-1 after extra-time, with Burkina Faso winning 7-6 on penalties to secure a quarter-final meeting with Tunisia.
Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita was suspended for Guinea's last-16 tie with Gambia on Monday and his absence was felt as they suffered a 1-0 defeat.
Saturday 29 January
Gambia v Cameroon
Burkina Faso v Tunisia
Sunday 30 January
Egypt v Morocco
Senegal v Equatorial Guinea
Wednesday 2 February
Burkina Faso/Tunisia v Senegal/Equatorial Guinea
Thursday 3 February
Gambia/Cameroon v Egypt/Morocco
Sunday 6 February
Burkina Faso Bertrand Traore (AVL)
Egypt Mohamed Elneny (ARS), Trezeguet (AVL), Mohamed Salah (LIV)
Morocco Romain Saïss (WOL); Adam Masina (WAT); Imran Louza (WAT)
Senegal Edouard Mendy (CHE); Cheikhou Kouyate (CRY); Nampalys Mendy (LEI); Sadio Mane (LIV), Ismaila Sarr (WAT)
Tunisia Omar Rekik (ARS), Hannibal Mejbri (MUN)
Algeria Riyad Mahrez (MCI), Said Benrahma (WHU)
Côte d'Ivoire Eric Bailly (MUN), Maxwel Cornet (BUR), Willy Boly (WOL), Nicolas Pepe (ARS), Wilfried Zaha (CRY)
Gabon Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (ARS), Ulrick Eneme-Ella (BHA)
Ghana Daniel Amartey (LEI), Thomas Partey (ARS), Jordan Ayew (CRY)
Guinea Naby Keïta (LIV)
Mali Moussa Djenepo (SOU), Yves Bissouma (BHA)
Nigeria William Troost-Ekong (WAT), Alex Iwobi (EVE), Wilfred Ndidi (LEI), Frank Onyeka (BRE), Kelechi Iheanacho (LEI)