October 16, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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At what time and on what TV channel?

At what time and on what TV channel?

Algeria welcomes Niger on Friday, October 8, at the Mustafa Taker Stadium in Blida, on the third day of qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

After a huge victory over Djibouti (8-0) on the first day in Blida, and his draw with Burkina Faso (1-1) in 2E In Marrakech, Greens welcomed modest Nigerians to consolidate their position as head of Group A.

For the match, national coach Jamel Belmadi called up 26 players, including his player Riyad Mahrez, who is in excellent form with his Manchester City team. He fired Andy DeLort‌ and called on two young players to be unnas absent due to injury.

For the match against Niger, Jamel Belmadi showed color this Thursday, October 7: he wants a big win. The current African champions could extend their stunning 29-game unbeaten streak.

The match with Niger is scheduled for 8:00 pm (Algerian time) at the Mustafa Checker Stadium. To follow it live, viewers will have the choice between the L’Équipe Live site, the FIFA YouTube channel and Algerian public television (TV6 HD) and Eurosport’s terrestrial channel. Public Television has announced that all Greens matches will be broadcast live during the qualifiers for the 2020 World Cup.

EPTV (ex-ENTV) recently received a public subsidy of 405 million dinars, or about 3 million euros.

After Niger in Blida, Phoenix travels to Niamey on October 12 (5pm) to face the same opponent, before hosting Burkina Faso and facing Djibouti.