How to watch Afcon qualifiers online

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Egypt and Comoros will vie for top spot of Africa Cup of Nations qualification Group G when they square off at the Cairo International Stadium on Monday at 5pm (UK time).

Both nations head into the final matchday level on nine points after five matches played and their previous encounter finished in a goalless draw.


How to live stream Egypt vs Comoros online:

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Scoreline prediction: Egypt 2-0 Comoros

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Egypt vs Comoros build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Egypt have already booked a place in next year’s Cameroon-held tournament. Hossam El Badry’s side were held to a goalless draw at Comoros in their previous meeting. When it comes to qualifying for Africa’s biggest prize, the record seven-time Afcon winners are currently on a seven-match unbeaten run at home (winning six of those contests). Senegal were the last nation to leave with a victory, running out 1-0 winners in 2014. Since then, the Pharaohs have registered 19 goals, averaging one every 33 minutes, while conceding four times.

Finishing as Group G winners potentially awaits Comoros, who recently made history by reaching their first Africa Cup of Nations finals. Les Coelacantes will also be facing continental powerhouse Egypt in their backyard for the first time. However, they go into this showdown with a poor Afcon qualification record away from home. Across their past 13 matches stretching back to 2010, they’ve picked up just one win (1-0 at Togo) while suffering 10 defeats. But across all competitions and friendlies, Amir Abdou’s men are currently unbeaten on the road in three games, having collected two wins and one draw.

  • Egypt (vs Kenya): El Shenawy; Hany, El Wensh, Hegazy, Mansour; Fathi, Hamed; Salah, Afsha, Trezeguet; Mohamed.
  • Comoros (vs Togo): Ahamada; Youssouf, M’Dahoma, Zahary, Bakari; Mattoir, M’Changama, Abdullah, Selemani; El Fardou, Mogni.

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Player to watch: Mohamed Salah (Egypt)

It’s no exaggeration to say all eyes are on Mohamed Salah whenever Egypt plays and if he’s in their starting lineup. The 28-year-old Liverpool forward, who is his nation’s second most prolific scorer (43 goals), goes into this match against Comoros on a two-game scoring ‘drought’ at international level. He played the full 90 minutes against Kenya last time out and Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will be hoping for a more reduced outing. Despite leading the race for this season’s Premier League golden boot on 17 goals (level with Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane), the ‘Egyptian King’ has only registered three strikes across his previous 15 league matches. Salah has been a different animal in Egypt’s home Afcon qualification matches. In his previous three appearances for the North African giants, he’s bagged four goals while creating a further two.

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