LIVE: Kenya v Egypt | African Cup Qualifiers | March 25th, 2021

LIVE: Kenya v Egypt | African Cup Qualifiers | March 25th, 2021

18:00 Cairo local time | 12:00 ET Canada-USA
Venue: Nyayo National Stadium (Kenya)
2022 African Cup Qualifiers

The Pharaohs were held to shocking draws with Kenya and Comoros in their first two matches in Group G, producing a couple of uninspiring displays that lacked any spark.

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However, they recovered from the unexpected setbacks with two home and away victories over Togo, which put them in a pole position to book one of the group’s two tickets to the Cameroon finals.

Egypt tops the group with eight points, on a level with surprise package Comoros and five clear of Kenya in third. Togo lies at the bottom with a solitary point.

A draw for Egypt at the Moi International Sports Centre in Nairobi would be enough to send them to the Nations Cup finals with one match to spare in the group.

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Salah’s return gives Egypt much-needed guile and firepower up front, with many looking forward to a possible partnership with Ahly’s in-form playmaker Magdi Afsha.

The mercurial Salah used to blossom when fed by Abdallah El-Said, a veteran playmaker who sits out of the Kenya game due to injury. Afsha has taken El-Said’s place after some impressive displays lately, having proven the main schemer of Cairo giants Ahly.

Galatasaray striker Mostafa Mohamed is also expected to get the nod up front after making an impressive life to his Turkish loan stint, netting six goals in his first nine matches.

At the back, Egypt coach Hossam El-Badry is almost certain to give Jeddah-based defender Ahmed Hegazi a starting berth. He will be partnered by either Ahly’s Ayman Ashraf or Zamalek’s Mahmoud Hamdi in the heart of a four-man backline.

Ahly’s Mohamed Hani is expected to play as a right-back, with Zamalek’s Abdallah Gomaa likely to occupy the other flank.

In the heart of midfield, El-Badry will field two of Arsenal’s Mohamed Elneny, Zamalek’s Tarek Hamed and Ahly duo Hamdi Fathi and Amr El-Sulaya. Mahmoud Trezeguet will play along with Afsha and Salah right behind Mostafa Mohamed.

LIVE: Kenya v Egypt | African Cup Qualifiers | March 25th, 2021

18:00 Cairo local time | 12:00 ET Canada-USA

FT Kenya 1-1 Egypt

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