In recent days, speculation has spread about the match being broadcast on the open channel, but beIN Sports has neither confirmed nor denied this.
The network placed the match in its broadcast schedule, on the open channel, on the HD1 channel, see the full schedule from Here.
Al-Duhail, Qatar’s host of the 2020 FIFA Club World Cup, begins his career by clashing with Al-Ahly in the quarter-finals of the competition on Thursday.
The winner of the Al-Ahly and Al-Duhail match will meet Bayern Munich, the Champions League champion, in the World Cup semi-finals.
Officially, beIN Sports broadcasts the Al-Ahly and Al-Duhail match through its open channel pic.twitter.com/tDIgAphiUq
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Qatar will host the Club World Championship with the participation of 6 clubs from 4 to 11 February.
And if Al-Ahly wins, the team will play Bayern Munich in the semi-final on February 8th at eight in the evening.
In the event Al-Ahly lost against Al-Duhail, the loser will face the Mexican Tjerez game and Ulsan Hyundai of Korea, at 5 pm on February 7th.
Al-Ahly is participating for the sixth time in its history, to become the most participating African continent in the tournament organized by the International Federation of Football Associations “FIFA”.
The historic champion of the African Champions League returns to the FIFA Club World Cup after a seven-year absence from the last time he participated in the tournament.
Al-Ahly achieved its biggest achievement in the 2006 edition after achieving bronze in the competition by defeating Mexican Club America.