The African champions travel to Niger this Tuesday for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Four days after the quiet success won in Blida (6-1), Algeria finds Niger this Tuesday in the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup. This time, the meeting takes place in Niamey, on the ground of the MENA.
The African champions have two goals in this match. The main thing is to regain the head of group A, which Burkina Faso has temporarily seized, to continue its journey to the World Cup in Qatar. In parallel, Djamel Belmadi’s men will try to chain a 31st game without defeat, which would surpass the longest historical series of the France team (30), and get closer to the record recently held by Italy (37), a series completed last week in the League of Nations.
The meeting will kick off at 6 p.m. French time and 5 p.m. Algiers time. The match will be visible in France on the L’Equipe web platform. In Algeria, it will be broadcast on ENTV Terrestre. In other countries, it will be available on the Fifa TV Youtube channel.
⚽️ MATCH DAY!
⚡️Niger 🇳🇪 – Algeria 🇩🇿
🏟 General-Seyni-Kountché Stadium, Niamey
⏰ 17h 🇩🇿🇳🇪 – 18h 🇫🇷 – 12h 🇨🇦
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