Niger have set up a semi-final date with Ghana at the ongoing Africa Under-17 Cup of Nations in Gabon.
The Menas beat Tanzania 1-0 in their last group game on Sunday to finish second in Group B, effectively confirming their last four clash with the Black Starlets on Wednesday.
Hamidou Harouna's boys held Angola to a 2-2 draw in their first match before succumbing to a 2-1 defeat to Mali in the second game.
Ghana, on the other hand, finished first in Group A on Saturday following a goalless draw with Guinea, who joined the 1999 champions into the knockout stage.
The Black Starlets handed Cameroon a 4-0 thrashing in their tournament opener, humiliated hosts Gabon 5-0 before sharing the spoils with Guinea.
The young Syli Nationale, meanwhile, face Mali in the other semi-final game on Wednesday.
All four semifinalists have booked qualification to the Under-17 World Cup to be hosted by India in October.
Ghana, who are on a return to the African championship after a four-year absence, are seeking to win the trophy for the third time.
Interestingly, the Black Starlets played Niger in a double-header as part of preparations for the tournament, with Paa Kwesi Fabin's boys running out 2-0 victors in both games.