Algeria welcomes Niger on Friday (October 8th) at the Mustapha Tchaker Stadium in Blida on behalf of the third day of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
After its big victory over Djibouti (8-0) on the first day in Blida, and its draw with Burkina Faso (1-1) in 2.NS In Marrakesh, the Greens will welcome humble Nigerians to cement their place at the helm of Group A.
In this match, the coach of the national team, Djamel Belmadi, called 26 players, among them the star Riyad Mahrez, who is shining with his team, Manchester City. Andy Delort was sent off and called on two young players to make up for Ounass’ absence due to injury.
For this match against Niger, Djamel Belmadi on Thursday 7 October showed color: he wants a big win. The African champions can extend their impressive streak undefeated in 29 matches.
The Niger match is scheduled to take place at 8:00 pm (Algerian time) at the Mustapha Tchaker Stadium. To follow the live broadcast, viewers can choose between L’Équipe Live, the Fifa YouTube channel, the terrestrial channel of Algerian public television (TV6 HD) and Eurosport. Public television has announced that it will broadcast live all the matches of the Greens during the 2020 World Cup qualifiers.
EPTV (formerly ENTV) recently received government support in the amount of 405 million dinars, approximately 3 million euros, to obtain broadcast rights for the national team’s 2022 World Cup qualifying matches.
After Niger in Blida, the Foxes will head to Niamey to face the same opponent there on October 12 (5 pm), before hosting Burkina Faso and facing Djibouti on the go.
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