Egypt vs Morocco live stream – Egypt face Morocco in the quarter-final at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium on Sunday January 30.
Match kicks off on Sunday 30 January (3pm GMT)
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Egypt vs Morocco Predictions
Morocco have a better team than Egypt and are backed to advance at the Africa Cup of Nations. The Atlas Lions might have to wait until extra time to get through.
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- Egypt have kept clean sheets in their last 3 matches (AFCON).
- Egypt have drawn 4 of their last 8 matches (all competitions).
- Egypt have failed to score in 3 of their last 6 matches (all competitions).
- Egypt have drawn 2 of their last 4 matches against Morocco (all competitions).
- Morocco are undefeated in 8 of their last 9 matches against Egypt (all competitions).
- Morocco are undefeated in their last 31 matches (all competitions).
- Morocco have won 15 of their last 17 matches (all competitions).
Head to Head
Morocco have a 6-2 advantage against Egypt with 6 draws in 14 matches.
Egypt competed in the Arab Cup in December, losing 1-0 to Tunisia in the semi-finals and losing on penalties to Qatar in the 3rd place playoff.
The Pharaohs suffered a 1-0 defeat to Nigeria in their opening AFCON match where they created two shots on target.
Carlos Queiroz’s side bounced back with 1-0 win against Guinea-Bissau, Mohamed Salah scoring in the 69th minute. They then won 1-0 against Sudan with Mohamed Abdelmonem on target.
Egypt got past Ivory Coast in the Round of 16. It was a close match that ended in a 0-0 draw, Salah netting their fifth straight penalty to win the shootout.
Egypt Squad & Team News
Akram Tawfik is injured with Omar Kamal to continue at right-back.
Mohamed El Shenawy and Hamdi Fathi are doubtful.
Mohamed El-Shennawy, Mohamed Sobhi, Mohamed Abogabal, Mahmoud Gad
Ahmed Fatouh, Mahmoud Alaa, Mahmoud Hamdy El-Wensh, Ayman Ashraf, Akram Tawfik, Omar Kamal, Mohamed Abdel-Moneim, Ahmed Hegazi
Hamdi Fathi, Amr El-Sulya, Emam Ashour, Ahmed Sayed Zizo, Abdallah El-Said, Ramadan Sobhi, Mohamed Elneny, Omar Marmoush, Mohanad Lasheen, Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet
Mostafa Mohamed, Mohamed Sherif, Mohamed Salah
Morocco came into the Africa Cup of Nations in superb form, winning all six World Cup qualifiers and their opening three at the Arab Cup.
Vahid Halilhodzic’s side got their tournament underway with a 1-0 win against Ghana thanks to Sofiane Boufal’s 83rd minute strike.
The Atlas Lions beat Comoros 2-0 with Selim Amallah and Zakaria Aboukhal on target. They drew 2-2 against Gabon in the final group game, Boufal and Achraf Hakimi equalising in the second half.
Morocco beat Malawi 2-1 in the Round of 16. They fell behind in the 7th minute, dominating after that with 75% possession, 24-4 shots, Youssef En-Nesyri and Achraf Hakimi scoring to overturn the deficit.
Morocco Squad & Team News
Ilias Chair is Morocco’s only injury concern.
Achraf Hakimi and Sofiane Boufal have scored two goals each at the tournament.
Yassine Bounou, Monir El Kajoui, Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti
Achraf Hakimi, Sofiane Alakouch, Souffian El Karouani, Adam Masina, Sofian Chakla, Samy Mmaee, Romain Saiss, Nayef Aguerd, Badr Benoun, Mohamed Chibi
Aymen Barkok, Sofyan Amrabat, Faycal Fajr, Azzedine Ounahi, Ilias Chair, Imran Louza, Selim Amallah
Munir El Haddadi, Zakaria Aboukhlal, Sofiane Boufal, Ryan Mmaee, Youssef En-Nesyri, Ayoub El Kaabi, Soufiane Rahimi
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