The source told FilGoal.com: “So far, it is not clear if the VAR technology will be applied in the final stage of the African World Cup qualifiers.”
He explained, “The International Football Association (FIFA) will meet with the continental federations whose qualifiers include playoffs or final qualifiers in a few days to discuss the arrangements for those matches, during which the idea of implementing VAR will be discussed during those matches, unlike the rest of the African qualifiers that did not witness the presence of technology.”
And he concluded, “Also, he will present the names of the stadiums that will host the final qualifiers, in order to obtain the necessary accreditation from FIFA, and to give the teams that did not obtain accreditation for their stadiums the opportunity to search for alternative stadiums.”
Egypt, Senegal, Morocco, Mali, DR Congo, Ghana, Algeria, Nigeria, Tunisia and Cameroon qualified for the final stage.
The first classification will largely include Senegal, Morocco, Algeria, Nigeria and Tunisia, while the second classification will include Egypt, Mali, Ghana, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Cameroon.
The two final matches will be held between March 21 and 29.
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