Algeria vs Nigeria LIVE Reddit Score 27-09-2022
Di Nigeria defender go miss di game sake of injury during dia 2-2 draw wit Algeria B team last week. Three-time African champions Nigeria go play Algeria on Tuesday. Dis two teams fail to qualify for di Fifa World Cup for Qatar wey go take place later dis year. Super Eagles lose dia play-off match to Ghana while Cameroon beat Algeria to collect di World cup ticket. So dis match na chance for dem to prepare well for di qualifiers for 2023 African Cup of Nation. Di 2023 African Cup of Nations go hold for Ivory Coast, wey dey west Africa. Dis na eviritin you need about di friendly game between Nigeria and Algeria Di match go start by 8pm West African Time.
Tuesday match na di second-ever friendly match between di Fennecs and di Super Eagles. Di two-time African champions win di first match for Austria for October 2020 by 1-0. Wen di two teams clash again for 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying match for Oran for September 2005, di Super Eagles flog dem 5-2. The two former continental champions will lock horns in a friendly tie on Tuesday in the battle of the World Cup absentees Nigeria’s Super Eagles are set to test their might against Algeria in an international friendly scheduled for the Olympic Stadium in Oran on September 27. The two teams are building up towards qualification for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations after missing out on tickets to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Algeria and Nigeria reached the final knockout round for the Mundial before Cameroon pipped the Desert Foxes and Ghana edged the Super Eagles to the World Cup slots. Ahead of Tuesday’s game, Algeria defeated Guinea 1-0 in Oran on Friday, while Nigeria managed a 2-2 draw with the home-based Algerian team in Constantine on the same day. That win is the Foxes’ fourth on the trot, and they will be full of confidence in front of a partisan home crowd against a Nigerian side looking for their third win under Portuguese coach Jose Peseiro. There have been 21 meetings between Nigeria and Algeria, with either side winning nine apiece aside three draws. The last draw, though, was in 1993 – nearly thirty years ago – and Nigeria have won six of the nine games since.
Injuries to key players ensured Nigeria arrived in Algeria without the influential duo of Napoli’s Victor Osimhen and Real Sociedad’s Umar Sadiq. Even in Constantine, the ill luck did not wane as Wilfred Ndidi and stand-in captain William Troost-Ekong were forced to leave camp due to injury. The Foxes are typically difficult to beat in front of their vociferous supporters. Before their extra-time defeat to Cameroon in March, the Desert Foxes had not tasted defeat on home soil in four years. Place that besides a Super Eagles without their best stars and with only one win in their last 16 friendly matches, and an Algerian win does not need a seer to forecast. However, with Iwobi and Iheanacho involved, there is always a goal or two in the Nigerian team.
With Victor Osimhen and Umar Sadiq both out of the Super Eagles squad, followers of the three-time African champions are waiting to see who fills the void left by the absence of the injured duo when the Eagles confront the Desert Foxes of Algeria on Tuesday in Oran. When Osimhen got injured during Napoli’s 4-1 bashing of Liverpool on the opening day of the Champions League in Naples, not much concern was raised, with many expecting new Real Sociedad head huncho Sadiq, who had started the season brightly, to take his place in the Eagles attack.
However, Sadiq would that same weekend cop an injury that would potentially rule him out for the rest of the 2022/23 season. Although, Eagles head coach Jose Peseiro favours a two-man pairing up front, one would lead the attack as evident with Osimhen in the AFCON qualifiers against Sierra Leone and Sao Tome and Principe, while the other plays a supporting role. Now, a major opportunity has presented itself for other strikers to stake their claim for a starting berth as the Eagles’ leading man. Peseiro invited 10 forwards for the friendly, with five possessing the ability to play in the centre of the forward line. Leicester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho, FC Lorient’s Terem Moffi, Cremonese’s Cyriel Dessers, and Nottingham Forest duo and Taiwo Awoniyi, while injuries ruled out Emmanuel Dennis and Henry Onyekuru.