Libya have one foot in the third round of the African World Cup qualifying process after beating Togo 2-0 in Tripoli on Friday night.

A victory achieved thanks to an Faisal Al-Badri penalty in the seventh minute and Komlan Amewou's own-goal on 18 minutes means second-placed Cameroon will have to beat Libya at home in September if they drop points against DR Congo in Kinshasa on Sunday.

The Mediterranean Knights are striving to reach the World Cup for the first time while Togo, whose only appearance at the finals came seven years ago in Germany, cannot progress from Group I.