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Egypt - DR Congo: TV broadcast, probable line-ups... Information from the match between the Pharaohs and the Leopards!

Without Salah and El-Shenawy, Egypt challenges DR Congo this Sunday evening in the round of 16 of the African Cup of Nations. TV broadcast, probable compositions… Discover everything you need to know about this poster.

The round of 16 of the CAN continues this Sunday after the qualifications of Angola and Nigeria yesterday. ;Egypt and DR Congo face off against each other. 21 hours after a confrontation between Equatorial Guinea and Guinea. Private of Mohamed Salah after his hamstring tear until a potential arrival of the Pharaohs in the last four, Rui Vitoria will have to do without one of his executives. shoulder on the second Cape Verdean goal during the last group match, El-Shenawy is out for the end of the competition where Gabaski should replace him.

At a press conference, the Egypt coach did not hide his comments. the importance of this meeting despite the absences: "It's an important match but no more than the last three matches. Coming here, we knew that we would only have finals so it will be another final against the DRC. They are a good team and will be difficult to beat. beat. We are ready but not ready yet. 100% due to our numerous injuries. We've had a bit of bad luck following us from the start but that's football. We are ambitious. We are going to put our qualities on the line." The Portuguese took advantageé to underline the importance of his defense in the rest of the competition: "I think the Congolese are extremely dangerous. They can mark à any time. À We have to be more solid at the back and show a lot of concentration, especially since during the first round, we conceded. six goals."

On the side of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Cedric Bakambu's teammates did not win. no group match like their opponents. If the group is complete to face the Pharaons in the round of 16, Sébastien Desabre is clear. For the second round, S  lector of the Leopards, Egypt starts in front: "Clearly, Egypt is the favorite in this match. We will be challengers. Our goal is to reach the top 5 in Africa. So we have a lot of work left, and it's a great opportunity. for us. We are calm and confident, because we have shown our strength. interesting things. Tomorrow (Editor's note: today), it's a tough match. Direct elimination. You will have to do everything to win. My players are motivated on their subject. We are going to use the ball, play our game. We want to show à everyone that the DR Congo is back."

À what time does it start Egypt – DR Congo ?

The start of the round of 16 between Egypt and DR Congo is ready ;seen Sunday January 28 à 9:00 p.m. at the Stade Laurent Pokou in San Pédro (Ivory Coast). The South African Abongile Tom will be on the whistle.

Which channel to watch Egypt – DR Congo ?

Holder of the TV rights to the African Cup of Nations,  BeIN Sports 2 will broadcast the poster for the round of 16 between the Pharaons and the Leopards.

How to follow Egypt – DR Congo streaming ?

If you want to watch the round of 16 of CAN 2023  between Egypt and DR Congo  on your computer, smartphone or tablet, you will need to subscribe à a subscription on MyCanal or on the BeIN Sports website.

What are the probable compositions of Egypt – DR Congo ?

&Egypt: Gabaski (G) – Hany, Hegazy, Abdelmonem, Fotouh – H. Fathi, Elneny , Attia – Zizo, Marmoush – Mohamed.

RD Congo : Mpasi- Nzau (G) – Kalulu, Mbemba, Batubinsika, Masuaku – Pickel, Moutoussamy – Mvumpa, Kakuta, Wissa – Mayele (or Bakambu).   

What are the predictions for Egypt – DR Congo ?

  • Betclic: Egypt: 2.55/Draw: 2.85/DR Congo: 3.15
  • Bwin: Egypt: 2.25/Nul: 2.65/DR Congo ;: 2.60
  • NetBet: Egypt: 2.47/Nil: 2.80/DR Congo nbsp;: 2.97
  • Unibet: Egypt: 2.48/Nul: 3.90/RD ;Congo: 3.15
Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116