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Egypt vs DR Congo, Africa Cup of Nations 2019 – Preview, Prediction, Match Details and Live Streaming

AFCON 2019 has Egypt take on the Democratic Republic of Congo realizing they can for all intents and purposes secure a last 16 spot with a success. After four days of little groups, a capacity 75,000 group is relied upon in Cairo to cheer Egypt as they look for a third win in four Cup of Nations meetings with the DR Congo.

Egypt vs DR Congo Team News


Egypt were understandably apprehensive as they commenced the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations yet the hosts dealt with the pressure all around ok to guarantee they asserted the three points from their opening game.

Mahmoud Trezeguet’s goal just before half-time was all that Egypt required as they were made to work hard to separate a difficult Zimbabwe side yet were never truly in risk of surrendering.

Egypt will kick-on from their first excursion and be better for the involvement with eyes immovably on any semblance of Mo Salah and Marwan Mohsen as they endeavor to find their assaulting beat against DR Congo.

DR Congo

DR Congo endured a stun defeat to open their Africa Cup of Nations 2019 campaign as they went down to Uganda to leave their expectations of advancing to the quarter-finals in genuine uncertainty with a game against Egypt next up.

A second sequential misfortune will make it almost impossible for Congo to progress out of Group A following their 2-0 turn around to the Ugandans after they put in an incredibly terrible performance.

Following their horrendous appearing, they may need to make changes to their line-up with Jonathan Bolingi doing admirably when he went ahead against Uganda and he could be one of a few changes.

Egypt vs DR Congo Match Prediction

Egypt overcame their opening night nerves to see of an obstinate Zimbabwe side to claim the spoils in their Group A experience that commenced the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. They would now be able to hope to advance to the quarter-finals with a success over DR Congo who were on the finish of a stun opening defeat. They lost to Uganda in a major surprise and now have everything to would on the off chance that they like to escape the group yet Egypt ought to have an excessive amount of class for them and can make the most of home advantage count.

Here’s how individuals can watch the Egypt vs DR Congo match and what to know:

When is Egypt vs DR Congo match happening?

The Egypt vs DR Congo match will happen on Wednesday 26th June, 2019 – 21:00 (UK).

Where is Egypt vs DR Congo happening?

The Egypt vs DR Congo match will be played at Cairo International Stadium, Cairo.

What TV channel is Egypt vs DR Congo on?

All AFCON matches will be televised live on either Eurosport 1 or 2.

Where can people stream Egypt vs DR Congo?

In Africa, SuperSport 4 and 10 will broadcast the match and the opening ceremony.

Elsewhere: Eurosport Player (UK) and beIN Sports Connect (U.S.).

Where can people get tickets for Egypt vs DR Congo?


Egypt vs DR Congo Full Team Squads

Egypt squad:

Goalkeepers: Ahmed El Shenawy (Pyramids), Mohamed El Shenawy (Al Ahly), Mahmoud Abdel Rehem “Genesh” (Zamalek)

Defenders: Ahmed Elmohamady (Aston Villa, England), Ahmed Hegazi (West Bromwich Albion, England) Omar Gaber (Pyramids FC), Ali Gazal (Feirense, Portugal), Ayman Ahsraf (Al Ahly), Mahmoud Hamdy (Zamalek), Baher Elmohamady (Ismaily), Ahmed Ayman Mansour (Pyramids FC), Mahmoud Alaa (Zamalek)

Midfielders: Walid Soliman (Al Ahly), Abdallah El-Said (Pyramids FC), Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal, England), Tarek Hamed (Zamalek), Mahmoud ‘Trezeguet’ Hassan (Kasimpasa, Turkey), Amr Warda (Atromitos, Greece), Nabil Emad (Pyramids FC)

Forwards: Ahmed Ali (Arab Contractors), Mohamed Salah (Liverpool, England), Marwan Mohsen (Al Ahly), Ahmed “Kouka” Hassan (Olympiakos, Greece)

DR Congo squad:

Goalkeepers: Parfait Mandanda (Dinamo Bucharest. Romania), Ley Matampi (Al Ansar, Saudi Arabia), Anthony Mossi (Chiasso, Switzerland)

Defenders: Glody Ngonda (AS Vita Club), Djuma Shabani (AS Vita Club), Christian Luyindama (Galatasaray, Turkey), Arthur Masuaku (West Ham, England), Wilfred Moke (Ankaragucu, Turkey), Issama Mpeko (TP Mazembe), Marcell Tisserand (Wolfsburg, Germany), Bobo Ungenda (Primeiro Agosto, Angola)

Midfielders: Merveille Bope (Standard Liege, Belgium), Paul-Jose Mpoku (Standard Liege, Belgium), Jacques Maghoma (Birmingham City, England), Chancel Mbemba (Porto, Portugal), Tresor Mputu (TP Mazembe), Youssouf Mulumbu (Celtic, Scotland)

Forwards: Chadrack Akolo (Stuttgart, Germany), Britt Assombalanga (Middlesbrough, England), Cedric Bakambu (Beijing Guoan, China), Yannick Bolasie (Everton, England), Jonathan Bolingi (Antwerp, Belgium), Elia Meschak (TP Mazembe)


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