2022 World Cup Qualifiers May Be Postponed
By Sampson Adedeji
As countries across Africa continued to warm up for the commencement of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, they may have to wait a little bit as the matches may be moved forward, BSNSports.com.ng reports.
The match-day 1 and 2 have been fixed for June with 10 groups already in position to determine who sailed through.
According to the report, the world soccer governing (FIFA) the qualifiers may be moved to later in the year, September precisely.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles are scheduled to host Lone Stars of Liberia in the match day one of the qualifier before traveling to Central African Republic for the match day 2.
Top teams from the 10 groups will face each other in the play off round to determine five countries that will fly Africa flag at 2022 World Cup in Qatar.