2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers: Cameroon Vs Algeria preview, dates of fixtures confirmed
Cameroon will be playing Algeria in their last qualification match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Cameroon Vs Algeria preview.
The Indomitable Lions will be looking to qualify for their 8th FIFA World Cup after failing to make an appearance in the 2018 edition.
Algeria will be hoping to bounce back after their disaster class at AFCON 2021 in Cameroon, where they were eliminated in the Group Stages, with their opponents Cameroon finishing third place in the tournament.
The first leg of the qualifiers will be played on Saturday 26th March in Cameroon at the Japoma Stadium in Douala while the return leg fixture will take place in Algeria on the 29th March at the Mustapha Tchaker Stadium.
Below are the complete fixtures of the CAF Confederations World Cup qualifiers
FIFA officially announces the dates of the “clinical round” matches for the “Qatar 2022” World Cup qualifiers and the stadiums hosting them:
First leg fixtures
Thursday 24 March 2022
Ghana-Nigeria (Cape Coast International Stadium)
Mali – Tunisia (March 26 Stadium in Bamako)
Egypt – Senegal (Cairo International Stadium)
Saturday 26 March 2022 Cameroon-Algeria (Japoma Stadium, Douala)
RDC Congo – Morocco (Martyrs Stadium, Kinshasa)
Return leg fixtures
Sunday 27 March 2022
Nigeria-Ghana (National Stadium, Abuja)
Tunisia-Mali (Hamadi Al-Aqrabi Stadium, Bradès)
Monday 28 March 2022:
Senegal – Egypt (Diamiandio Olympic Stadium)
Tuesday 29 March 2022 :
Algeria-Cameroon (Mustafa Tchaker Stadium)
Morocco _ RDC Congo (Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca)
Cameroon Vs Algeria head2head preview
Cameroon has a good record Vs Algeria. They two teams have met nine times in all competitions with Cameroon having the edge with six wins. Algeria has managed only a single win against Cameroon with the other two encounters ending in a draw.
Cameroon are also unbeaten in their last five matches against Algeria, with 3 wins and 2 draws.
The last and only time Cameroon lost to Algeria dates back to November 1995, where Cameroon lost 4-0 in the Belier African Tournament.
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