In the third match of matchday three of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying tournament, Guinea-Bissau will host the Super Eagles in Morocco next month.
After the Confederation of African Football (CAF) rejected their home stadiums Estadio 24 de Setembro and Estadio Lino Correia for the qualifiers, Guinea-Bissau chose Morocco.
The Guinea Bissau Football Federation has been given permission by its Moroccan equivalent to host home matches, according to reports coming out of the West African nation.
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On Thursday, March 23, the Djurtus will host the Super Eagles for the first leg.
Four days later, the rematch would take place at Abuja’s Moshood Abiola Stadium.
In Group B, Guinea-Bissau is in second place with four points after two games.
The Super Eagles defeated Sao Tome and Principe and Sierra Leone in their first two matches.