Unmissable football action coming this March
The year 2022 has brought us some wonderful local and international football action with plenty more marvelous entertainment coming our way. The AFCON 2021 was the first big football tournament this year and was hosted by Cameroon. The final took place on the sixth of February saw the Lions of Teranga walk away with the cup after a thrilling final match against Egypt which ended in a penalty shootout.
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The third round of FIFA qualifiers will be played in ten matches. The first five matches will take place on the 25th of March and the second matches will be played on the 29th of March. Each team will play a home and an away game. Only five of the ten teams competing in this round will earn their spot in the FIFA World Cup taking place later this year.
AFCON 2021 winners Senegal will face Egypt for their third-round clashes. The first match will be played at the Cairo International Stadium with the starting time @ 21:30 and the second match will be played at the Diamniadio Olympic Stadium with kickoff at 17:00. The two teams were evenly matched in their last clash which was the AFCON final.
The Super Eagles will be playing two matches against the Black Stars the first match will take place at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium in Ghana on the 25th of March kickoff is at 19:30 and the second match will be a home game at the National Stadium on the 29th and the match will commence at 18:00.
Cameroon will face Algeria in their qualifier matches, the first match will be played at 18:00 on the Japoma Stadium. The second match is scheduled to take place at the Mustapha Tchaker Stadium with the starting whistle at 20:30.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo will have their chance to play at the upcoming world cup if they manage to beat Morocco. The two teams will come head to head in their first clash in Kinshasa at the Stade Kamanyola at 16:00 and will then travel to Casablanca in their second match at Stade Mohammed with kickoff at 20:30.
Mali and Tunisia will play it out to earn the one spot between them for the Qatar World Cup. Their first match will be played in Mali at the Stade du 26 Mars at 17:00 before travelling for their final match of the qualifiers which will be played at the Stade on 7 November in Tunisia with the first touch of the starting at 20:30.