The frequency of open channels broadcasting the match between Egypt and Kenya in the African Nations Qualifiers

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The Egyptian national team faces its counterpart, the Kenyan national team, on Thursday 3/25/2021, at 6:00 pm Cairo time, in the penultimate round of the African Nations Cup qualifiers for the finals of the African championship to be held in Cameroon this year.

The national team is seeking to reap the three points to ensure qualification, especially as it leads the group with 8 points, a single goal difference from Al-Qamar, which is equal with the Pharaohs in points.

Fans of the round witch are eagerly awaiting this fateful and decisive meeting in Egypt’s journey in the African Nations Cup qualifiers, and who is looking for lovers of the witch on the frequency of the open-ended channel Mucbe

The frequency of the Open Moccabi channel for the match between Egypt and Kenya 25/3/2021

Satellite: Nilesat

Polarization: vertical

Coding rate: 27500

Frequency: 11595

A number of Egyptian and Kenyan fans received the Egyptian team mission, which arrived on Tuesday evening 3/23/2021, in preparation for the Kenya match scheduled for Thursday 3/25/2021, as part of the penultimate round of the African Nations Cup qualifiers that qualified for the finals in Cameroon this year.

And Mohamed Salah received a special reception from the fans who received him upon his arrival with the Egyptian mission, and the fans chanted his name, and he appeared in the sound of the video and one of the fans said to the Egyptian international star, Egypt .. Egypt .. Mohamed Salah Ibn Baladi. When Mohamed Salah passed in front of the crowd, they applauded and encouraged the world star.

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