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Qatar 2022: FIFA Changes Nigeria & Ghana Qualifier Match Date

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The world football governing body; FIFA has changed the date for the world cup qualifying matches between Nigeria and Ghana.



The Black Stars are set to face the Super Eagles on new dates in their bid to secure a place at the showpiece event.

World football governing body Fifa has changed the dates for next month’s 2022 World Cup qualifying two-legged showdown between Nigeria and Ghana, the latter’s Football Association has announced.

The West African sides are billed to rekindle their rivalry in the final round of qualifiers for the global showpiece set for Qatar later this year, with the winners joining four other teams from the continent for the final tournament.

The matches had been originally set for March 24 and 27 in Accra and Abuja respectively.

“Fifa has revised the dates for next month’s World Cup Qatar 2022 play-off matches between Ghana and Nigeria,” the GFA published on its official website on Monday.

“The fixture which was originally scheduled for Thursday, March 24 and Sunday, March 27, has been moved to Friday, March 25 and Tuesday, March 29, 2022.

“The first leg will take place at the Cape Coast Stadium whereas the second leg takes place at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium in Abuja.

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