The Zebras of Botswana consolidated their leadership of Group K and inched closer to a first-ever Africa Cup of Nations finals appearance with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Togo at home on Saturday.
Botswana have now recorded 10 points four matches, while Togo have two points from three matches.
Joel Mogorosi opened scoring for the home team in front of a sold-out crowd in Gaborone after just eight minutes when he smashed home from close range.
Floyd Ayite from French club Bordeaux drew the visitors level on the stroke of half time when he capitalised on a defensive blunder to slip the ball under the Botswana goalkeeper.
Leading scorer Jerome Ramatlhakwane netted his third goal of the qualifiers when he beat the Togo offside trap before he lobbed the ball over a stranded goalkeeper.