Live broadcast | Watch Sudan and Ghana in the African...

Live broadcast | Watch Sudan and Ghana in the African...
Live broadcast | Watch Sudan and Ghana in the African...
Mercato Day offers you a live broadcast of the “Sudan and Ghana” match in one of the matches today, Thursday 12-11-2020, in the third round of the African Nations Qualifiers scheduled to be held in Cameroon in early 2022.

The “Sudan and Ghana” match is broadcast on BN Sports 7, with the voice of commentator “Swar Al Dahab”.

The match will start at 16:00 GMT, 18:00 Egyptian and Sudanese time, 19:00 Saudi time, and will be held at the Cape Coast Sports City Stadium in Ghana.

Sudan and Ghana play for Group C, which includes South Africa and Satomi.

Ghana is at the top of the group with 6 points, as it won the first round over South Africa and Satomi in the second round, while the Sudan team is in the center with 3 points, where it defeated Sao Tome in the first round and lost in the second to South Africa, who is in third place.

The Sudan national team is looking forward to a positive result from today’s match, in order to preserve its hopes of qualifying for the African Nations Cup Cameroon 2022.

While the owner of the land will seek Ghana to win the three points that will largely determine his qualification to Cameroon 2022.

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