March 28, 2023

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Live broadcast of the match between Morocco and Algeria in the Arab Cup quarterfinals

Live broadcast of the match between Morocco and Algeria in the Arab Cup quarterfinals

Preparing Moroccan national teamAlgeriaNext Saturday evening, at Al Dumama Stadium, as part of the Championship quarterfinals Arabic CupIt will run until December 18 in Doha, the capital of Qatar.

The competition will be televised on beIN Sports HD1 in addition to Al Gas Sports and Antime Sports.

The Akbar Al-Yum portal offers live coverage of the match to its followers, which will take place at 9pm Cairo time.

The Lions, who will continue their Arab tour with success, plan to continue with the victory as far as the competition for the title is concerned.

Following on the victories over Palestine and Jordan (4-0) and Saudi Arabia (1-0), Morocco got off to a successful start, finishing third in the group stage with a full score of 9 points.

Al-Hussein Amoda, the coach of the Moroccan national team, trusts the armed group to face Algeria, the most important of which is Abdullah al-Hafidi, who drew attention at the group stage.

Morocco are the top ten teams to qualify for the decisive round of the World Cup qualifiers, with the Atlas Lions scoring “full score” in all group stage matches and winning the ninth group stage presence with 18 points.

Algeria are considered the strongest attacking line-up in the group stage of the World Cup qualifying round, with its players scoring 25 goals in 6 matches.

The International Football Association (FIFA) has set a draw date for the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.

FIFA has set December 18 as the date for the draw for the African qualifiers.

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The final round of the World Cup qualifiers for the continent will take place next March, during the international agenda from the 21st to the 29th of the same month.

And according to the qualifying round for the African continent to qualify for the World Cup to be held in Qatar in the middle of next year, the ten teams that qualify for the finals are divided into two stages (first and second). Monthly classification of teams provided by the International Federation of Sports FIFA.

Accordingly, the first tier teams face their second tier counterparts in both domestic and foreign competitions, and the team that wins five matches directly advances to the 2022 World Cup.