Expected changes in the formation of Egypt against Guinea-Bissau in the African Nations tonight

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The formation of the Egyptian national team against Guinea-Bissau tonight in the African Nations Championship currently being held in Cameroon is witnessing many changes, some of which are mandatory and others are technical.

The Egyptian team will meet Guinea-Bissau at nine in the evening, Saturday, Cairo time, in its second match in the first round of the 2021 African Nations Championship at Armadi Adgia Stadium, which hosted the first Pharaohs match in the tournament last Tuesday, which ended with the victory of the Eagles with a clean goal..

And the Portuguese coach, Carlos Queiroz, the coach of the national team, is making several changes to the team’s formation in tonight’s match.

The expected formation of the Egyptian national team against Guinea Bissau

Queiroz will also pay Abdullah Al-Saeed mainly at the expense of Mahmoud Hassan Tarzegui, who was unsuccessful in meeting Nigeria, as he was returning from a long cruciate ligament injury.

There is also a tendency to rely on Amr Al-Sulayya in the midfield instead of Hamdi Fathi to play Al-Sulayya next to Muhammad Al-Nini, although this will be officially determined in the coming hours.

The expected formation of the Egyptian team

Thus, the expected line-up for the Egyptian national team in tonight’s match appears to include: Mohamed El-Shennawy, Ahmed Hegazy, Mahmoud Hamdi Al-Wensh, Ayman Ashraf, Omar Kamal, Amr Al-Soliya (Hamdi Fathi), Mohamed El-Nani, Mohamed Salah, Abdullah Al-Saeed, Omar Marmoush and Mustafa Mohamed .

Queiroz will push each player in his original position without changing, as happened in the Nigeria meeting when Mohamed Salah played as a striker and Mustafa Mohamed as a right wing, which was one of the reasons for the Pharaohs’ loss.

and footer Egypt national team The standings of Group D in the African Nations Championship, after losing the first round match in the group stage against his Nigerian counterpart, with a goal in return, Nigeria leads with three points, Sudan comes in second place with one point, then Guinea-Bissau with the same balance in third, and in the fourth and last place the Pharaohs are without points.



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